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Man Allegedly Randomly Assaults Woman Caught on Camera

Man Allegedly Randomly Assaults Woman Caught on Camera

ID #19-300

ID #19-300 Man Allegedly Randomly Assaults Woman Caught on Camera

Man Allegedly Randomly Assaults Woman Caught on Camera

New York police are looking for a maniac who launched a string of violent outbursts on the Upper East Side Monday — including a random slugging of a woman looking at her cell phone.

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The suspect can be seen on surveillance video gingerly walking on East 85th Street near Park Avenue at around 11 a.m. when he suddenly strikes the 21-year-old woman on the face without notice, according to police.

The victim suffered bruising and swelling to the face but refused medical attention. The suspect simply walked away.

Minutes earlier, the suspect approached a man sitting in his car in front of 960 Park Avenue, cops said.

“I know you are talking about me!” the suspect said before brandishing a knife and chasing the man around his car.

After the assault captured on video, the suspect approached his next victims at the East 87th Street and 3rd Avenue at around 11:13 a.m. when he deliberately walked into a man and woman, cops said.

He then brandished a knife and threatened the couple.

Police were looking for the individual, who was described as about 25 years old and around 5 feet 6 inches tall.

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Call us at 1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448) or

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