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Two suspects who recently stabbed a man during a heated argument in Ozone Park remain at large, according to police.

On May 28, police responded to a 911 call regarding an assault with a knife at a location on Liberty Avenue near 105th Street. Upon their arrival, officers from the 106th Precinct found a 29-year-old man with stab wounds throughout his body.

Authorities stated that the victim got into a dispute with two unknown men who followed the victim to his car. The suspects then proceeded to stab the victim multiple times before fleeing the scene.

Paramedics brought the victim to Jamaica Hospital, where he was treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

On June 4, the 106th Precinct tweeted out these photos of the suspects:

The first suspect is described as an Asian man in his twenties and was last seen wearing a blue baseball cap, blue shirt and dark pants. The second suspect is described as a black man in his twenties and was last seen wearing all dark clothing.

Anyone with information about the assault can call the 106th Precinct Detective Squad at 718-845-2261.

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joe June 06, 2018 / 08:24AM
Typical for the low-class area known as SE QUEENS. Let' be real and start calling out these ghetto areas for what they are the low-class ghetto criminals that make life unbearable for the law biding upstanding hard working citizens who have no choice but to live in these area. AND why are any damn quality of life law enforced in those areas. Ever go into them, a BIG MESS of do whatever you want from taking cars completely apart on the streets like it is your own person auto repair shop to garbage everywhere and even other crap in between. THIS CITY does NOTHING to better these types of communities which are the wild wild west of Queens.
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