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WATCH: Man Viciously Beaten and Stabbed by Four Suspects Outside 7-Eleven in College Point

Police have released video of a man being viciously beaten and stabbed by a group of four suspects outside a 7-Eleven in College Point last week (Photos: NYPD and Google Maps)

Oct. 18, 2022 By Michael Dorgan

Police have released video of a man being viciously beaten and stabbed by a group of four suspects outside a 7-Eleven in College Point last week.

The video, released Monday, shows the victim lying on the ground and being savagely attacked by the suspects in front of the 127-02 14th Ave. store on Oct. 9 at around 2:15 a.m.

One of the suspects can be seen relentlessly hitting the victim — aged in his early 20s — with a bat while the three other suspects kick and stomp on him, landing blows to his back and stomach.

At one stage, a suspect dressed in a light-colored hoodie appears to stab the victim in the side.

Another suspect, dressed in a black top, then appears to stab the victim in the face.

 

The assailant with the bat continues to dole out the punishment and then kicks the victim in the head — before the suspect in the hoodie returns to land two final kicks to the man’s head.

The incident unfolds while at least half a dozen people in the car park in front of the store watch the beating take place, the footage shows.

Police said the attack was sparked by an argument the four suspects had with another group.

The dispute escalated, and the four suspects seen in the video attacked the victim and two other men in their early 20s. The two other men were also stabbed in the torso and face; however, those beatings were not captured on video, police said.

All three victims traveled by private means to Elmhurst General Hospital in stable condition, police said.

The NYPD released images of two of the four suspects wanted for questioning.

Police released images of two of the four suspects wanted for questioning (Photos: NYPD)

The attack took place in front of 7-Eleven, located at 127-02 14th Ave. on Oct. 9 at around 2:15 a.m. (Photo: Google Maps)

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