There was a video, which depicted the attacker, who dropped the Brooklyn man on the subway tracks

This week in the metro there was a serious fight between the two men, during which one of the participants had to receive treatment in a hospital, and the second to get in chronicle «They wanted by the police«.

First, the police had photographs of the attacker, who dropped the man onto the tracks and causing him injury: the investigation was conducted by verbal descriptions. But today, New York Crime Stoppers released a video in which you can see part of the conflict between men and to examine the attacker.

The NYPD is investigating the incident in the subway, occurred on Wednesday, March 27, at the station Bay Ridge–95th Street. It was found that between two men at about 23:35 there was a verbal altercation, but the dispute is not ended with physical violence. As a result, one of the conflicting dumped the other on the rails – the victim was 29-year-old man, whose name was not disclosed.

According to police, the people who were at that time at the station, tried to help the victim to climb back on the platform, but the attacker was hit in the face with a metal lock attached to a long cord. The injury was serious, so later he was hospitalized.

Published by the police video has no sound. It is seen as the victim, trying to convince the assailant to let him out, and not reaching the desired, just falls between the railroad tracks so that if the train arrived at the station, it would not be hooked. He attacked a man with a lock on the cord and looks at his victim, turns and walks away.

🚨🚨WANTED for an ASSAULT of a 29year old man that occurred inside the 95St subway station “R”line🚂station #Bayridge #brooklyn @NYPD68Pct On 3/27/19 @ 11PM 💰Reward up to $2500💰👓Seen him? Know who he is?☎app Call 1-800-577-TIPS or DM us!📞Calls are CONFIDENTIAL! #yourcityyourcall

— The NYPD Crime Stoppers (@NYPDTips) March 31, 2019

If someone is learned of the attacker of the person, or witnessed conflict, the police were asked to contact staff from Crime Stoppers by phone 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).

For information, through which the police manage to arrest, a reward of $2500.