Three teenagers are identified after participating in an anti-Semitic attack in Queens | The USA Print

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A group of three teenagers were identified by the New York City Police Department (NYPD) after fomenting anti-Semitism through two stone and insult attacks in Quees. Authorities detailed that they are two girls and a boy.

According to the report, they attacked their first victim, a 49-year-old man, near Caffrey and Mott Aves. in Far Rockaway around 2:45 pm Friday. In that attack they threw stones and shouted anti-Semitic comments and one of the girls showed a razor blade.

A passing pedestrian intervened and chased away the group of teenagers, leaving his victim with minor injuries. Later that day, the group attacked again about five blocks from Brookhaven Ave. and Beach 17th St to a 48-year-old man with offensive comments and when the victim began to argue with them, the minor who was with the other two suspects pushed him before the teenagers ran away.

The NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating both attacks. The police published On the afternoon of this Sunday, several images from surveillance cameras where the suspects are seen and are asking for the public’s help to identify them.

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