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Crime in NewYork city- A Man who Attacked Employees Inside Teddy’s Bar and Grill in East Harlem, Manhattan, is Wanted by the Police

The suspect in a violent incident inside a Manhattan restaurant is still at large, and police are trying to track him down. The event occurred inside Teddy’s Bar and Grill on Second Avenue in East Harlem on Thursday night, right before midnight.

According to the police report, the suspect entered the bar with a pit dog and began choking a 29-year-old female employee with a baseball bat. Two workers, a 35-year-old woman, and a 31-year-old guy, tried to intervene but were subsequently stabbed.
The 35-year-old and the 31-year-old were stabbed; the older man in the chest and the younger man in the back.

After that, he took off up Second Avenue, heading north

Victims aged 35 and 31 were sent to respective hospitals; the former was brought to St. Luke’s and the latter to Harlem. They both appeared to be holding steady. The 29-year-old female victim declined emergency medical treatment.

Police are crossing their fingers that this suspect’s photo will help them catch him.

source: abc7ny.com

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