Five sought in Queens subway beatdown of teenage girl, NYPD says
New York Police Department says five assailants are sought in Queens subway beatdown of teenage girl.
The teenage girl was reportedly beaten and robbed by a group of girls at a Queens subway station.
Police said the attack happened at 3:10 p.m. on Thursday on the mezzanine level at the Woodhaven Blvd. station for the R train as the girl was leaving the station. The victim is 15-year-old.
Cops said the group of girls assaulted, then robbed her of her wallet which contained her identification and debit card.
The victim was taken to Long Island Jewish Forest Hills hospital for wounds to her head and body. The five suspects are being sought.
The suspects ran out of the station, cops said, and someone later in the day used the debit card to make a $7.20 purchase then another one for about $200.
Police also released surveillance video images of the group of girls.