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Exclusive: College student slashed across hand while walking home in Brooklyn




Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn (WABC) – The latest college student is looking for a slashed that by hand, as he was walking home in Brooklyn.

And now scars after healing. But the 25 year old woman who chooses to be only identified as Cindy said, it will be a while before he is fully recovered from an attack of motion, which went to the wounded.

“I can not walk down the street alone at night anymore,” Cindy said.

Some say they are looking for a man captured on surveillance in connection with the February 28 attack near Dekalb Avenue and Skillman Street in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

He went home to around 11 pm following the suspect, Cindy says

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“When you go and stay with you. I have great speed, and speed up,” he said.

The local university student says she tried to derail the effort to change the direction of the suspect, but he caught her.

“I choke on my neck saying quiet, and – as a quiet and got a knife – and just start screaming,” Cindy said.

It was a quarrel, they suspect that the cut, Cindy said to him, to give up. And he stripped himself also of his, and for a mask, he fought off the black.

“When I was ripped off his mask – he ran away,” he said. “He does not mean to me or anything about the money.”

Investigators tell us the suspect ran to the south Skillman Street.

Now upset residents to be extra cautious and to be heard of Occam.

But it is not those who are the luckiest of Cindy said, counting the benefits of a living man.

The man wanted in this case it is believed that between their 20s and 30s.

Who is this incident is asked to call the NYPD looking for information to Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-tips.

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