NEW YORK – (09-24-18) — Police continue search for a male suspect accused of assaulting two gay men.  The suspect pictured above, is accused in the beating of the two gay men outside a Brooklyn gay bar around 12:55 a.m. Sunday.

According to police on scene, the suspect approached the two victims. Then began shouting anti-gay comments right before beating them into unconsciousness. The story immediately went viral among local network news station.

One of the victims, 34, is suffering from being punched in the face and a fractured shoulder. The other victim, 29, was thrown against a tree which resulted in a broken finger. Both victims were transported to Bellevue Hospital and Woodhull Hospital for treatment.

Luckily for police, a witness manage to take a photo of the suspect (pictured above) during the hate crime attack. Local politicians as well as members of the LGBTQ community in Brooklyn are calling on everyone’s help in capturing this man.

Anyone with information on this suspect are asked to call Brooklyn police department at  1+718-963-6311.

Article by: Paul Goldberg, Staff Writer

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