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Police seek man who allegedly punched 65-year-old in face

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Oct. 17, 2014 Staff Report

The police are looking to locate a suspect who allegedly punched a 65-year-old man in the face last month.

The suspect allegedly struck the man at ENC Market, located at 5 Court Square, after he asked the victim for the phone number to a car service..

The 65-year-old victim said that he not have a phone number and carried on with his business.

The suspect was upset and then punched the suspect in the face causing swelling to his left cheek and eye.

The incident occurred on Sept. 22 at 10:50 pm.

Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 800-577-TIPS.

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Mel

That store is right across from me and I recently saw the guy who works there with a black eye, omg I hope they find this idiot! The worker is one of the most nicest people you’ll meet.

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