It’s a jungle out there in NYC. With the soft-on-crime policy and fewer police officers patrolling the streets, every wannabe thug is out in the streets behaving violently. Crime in NYC has skyrocketed since Mayor De Blasio defunded the NYPD by $1 billion.

The internet has been flooded with video after video showing innocent people being attacked and robbed on the streets of New York City. The latest attack video is of a man who was jumped by teens while walking his dog. The police were able to get screenshots from the video of the three suspects.

Photos of three thug teen suspects have been released (see below) by the NYPD. They need the public’s help finding the three who viciously attacked the man walking his dog.

The victim, a 44-year-old FDNY worker, spoke with the New York Post about the assault. He said he was walking his dog in a part of Queens called Juniper Valley Park in Middle Village at about 9:55 p.m. A group of about 100 teens yelling and setting off firecrackers approached him:

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“There were at least 100 kids … I was walking my dog. They just picked me out and approached me.”

“One kid took his shirt off and said, ‘it’s Fight Night!’ He said he was 19 and said, ‘I could fight you.’ Everyone took their cell phones out. There were cell phones everywhere,”

“They all came at me,” he added. “A kid came up behind me and hit me in the back of the head with a bottle, and I let go of the dog.” The teens converged on the man and pummeled him.

“They didn’t care at all. The kids were going crazy.”

 

The victim is bruised and recovering.

Would you please help the NYPD find these three thugs?

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