New York Crime: Police release footage of stabbed subway suspect near Penn Station

MIDTOWN, Manhattan (WABC) – A man was sleeping in a subway train as it entered Penn Station when police said someone stabbed him to death on Sunday.

The 32-year-old was driving a northbound train 2 at around 12:17 a.m. when he was stabbed in the neck.

The victim was transported to Bellevue hospital where he was pronounced dead.

The suspect fled above ground on 34th Street and so far police have not made any arrests.

According to a preliminary police investigation, the attack was not provoked.

Later Sunday morning, police released surveillance footage of a suspect.

He is described as a dark-skinned male, approximately 5’9 “tall, 185 pounds, of average build, last seen wearing a white baseball cap, black mask, gray jacket, white shirt with orange and black plaid hoodie, black pants and black shoes.

“This is an absolutely horrific crime. We are working with the NYPD and will do all we can to cooperate in the search for this perpetrator and make sure our subways are safe,” MTA spokesman Aaron said. Donovan, in a statement.

Hours earlier, a dispute on an A train near West 4th Street-Washington Square station in Greenwich Village had resulted in a man having his neck cut.

He is expected to survive.

The suspect fled.

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