22-year-old New York break dancer stabbed in leg on L train: suspect at large and likely homeless

22-year-old New York break dancer stabbed in leg on L train: suspect at large and likely homeless

A 22-year-old New York break dancer was stabbed in the leg on an L train: a suspect is at large and likely homeless, police say.

  • Police said the victim was hit by an unidentified person at the 14th Street and 3rd Avenue subway station in Manhattan just after 2 p.m.
  • The victim, a 22-year-old man, was speaking on the train when he was stabbed twice in the leg and once in the arm.
  • The suspect fled after getting off the train at the 1st Avenue subway station.
  • The victim remained on the train before getting off at Bedford Station in Brooklyn Williamsburg.

On Thursday, a break dancer on the New York subway was stabbed in the back of his leg.

Police said the victim was hit by an unidentified person at the 14th Street and 3rd Avenue subway station in Manhattan just after 2 p.m.

The victim, a 22-year-old man, was speaking on the train when he was stabbed twice in the leg and once in the arm.

The suspect escaped by getting off the train at the 1st Avenue subway station. The victim remained on the train before getting off at Bedford Station in Brooklyn Williamsburg.

The victim was then taken to Bellevue Hospital in Brooklyn, where he is reported to be in stable condition.

An investigation is ongoing after a 22-year-old man was stabbed on the L train.

An investigation is ongoing after a 22-year-old man was stabbed on the L train.

Police say the victim was stabbed by an unknown assailant just after 2 p.m. at the 14th Street and 3rd Avenue subway station.

Police say the victim was stabbed by an unknown assailant just after 2 p.m. at the 14th Street and 3rd Avenue subway station.

The police camped near the 1st Avenue L train station in Brooklyn.

The police camped near the 1st Avenue L train station in Brooklyn.

Platform temporarily closed at the station

Platform temporarily closed at the station

The suspect was described by police as a man in his 40s. They think he is homeless.

What caused the stabbing is still unclear. The incident is under investigation.

Passengers are concerned about the increase in crime in the subway over the past year.

“I don’t know what to think, I’m just in shock,” said one ABC7 rider. “It’s scary and it’s sad, I don’t know. I do not know what to say.’

The entrance to the 1st Avenue L station was briefly sealed off with police tape.

22-year-old New York break dancer stabbed in leg on L train: suspect at large and likely homeless

An officer stands at the scene of an active crime

The suspect is still at large

The suspect is still at large

22-year-old New York break dancer stabbed in leg on L train: suspect at large and likely homeless

Man wanted by police, believed to be homeless

In January, crime in the city rose by 38.5%, and in February it jumped to 41.65%.

In January, crime in the city rose by 38.5%, and in February it jumped to 41.65%.

In January, crime in the city rose by 38.5%, and in February it jumped to 41.65%.

All categories of crimes, except for murders, also increased. Felony assaults rose by 13 percent, shooting victims by almost 30, and rape and robbery by about 35 percent.

Nearly all types of crime are on the rise in New York

Nearly all types of crime are on the rise in New York

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