Two Men Wanted for Violent Assault on Nassau Avenue

NYPD surveillance photos of the suspected attackers. Via News12
Can you help identify these men? NYPD surveillance photos of the suspected attackers. Via News 12

The NYPD has released surveillance images of two men suspected of carrying out a violent attack against another man on Nassau Aveune between Diamond and Newel Streets on September 15th. According to News 12, two men approached a 36 year-old man from behind, and knocked him to the ground. Once he fell, the assailants continued to punch and kick the victim’s face and body. The victim was taken to Bellevue Hospital.

While members of the North Brooklyn Community facebook page have speculated that the attack began with a game of pool at Goldies, the bar’s managers say there was no argument inside the bar. They explain, “the police did inform us to an attack that happened several blocks away, as they stopped by to review the cameras we have that show the sidewalk, I think to see if they could track whoever did the attack as they passed by. There certainly was no attack inside or outside of Goldie’s.”

It remains unclear how the altercation began, but the NYPD is still looking for the suspects, and is asking assistance from the public. From NYPD Patrol Borough Brooklyn North:

Individual 1:male, White, approximately 29-years of age, light complexion, 5’11”, last seen wearing a royal blue shirt, dark colored shorts and black sneakers.

Individual 2:male White, approximately 29-years of age, light complexion, 5’11”, last seen wearing a black shirt, dark colored shorts and black sneakers.

Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 800-577-TIPS or for Spanish 1-888-57-PISTA (74782)
The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the Crime Stoppers Website at WWW.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.COM or texting their tips to 274637(CRIMES) then enter TIP577.

About Lucie Levine

Lucie Levine is the founder of Archive on Parade, a local tour and event company that aims to take New York’s fascinating history out of the archives and into the streets. She’s a Native New Yorker, licensed New York City tour guide, and freelance writer with a passion for the city’s social, political and cultural history.

6 Comments

  1. No Victim says:

    Hmmm. Interesting. Greenpointers is all over this. WHERE WERE YOU WHEN OUR NEIGHBOR WAS MURDERED BY McGOLRICK? Y’all ignored the matter and chose to cover a “peace rally” instead!

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  2. No Victim says:

    Yes, I saw all of those. Please continue to report on quality of life concerns in this neighborhood: crime, public drunkeness, noise, graffiti and impending gentrification/retail vacancy blight are real issues here.
    Remember, the perpetrator and his crew were hanging out and menacing locals for quite some time before George Carroll was murdered. Cracking down hard on QOL crime prevents worse crimes from occurring.

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