The New York Police Division is asking for suggestions after a suspect assaulted a 63-year-old man in Central Park final week.
At about 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, a person hit the 63-year-old behind the top after making antisemitic remarks, police stated. He additionally stated “Kanye 2024” along with the anti-Jewish sentiment, police confirmed Sunday.
Ye, the artist previously generally known as Kanye West, has lately made a string of public feedback amplifying antisemitic stereotypes and conspiracy theories. He praised Adolf Hitler throughout a podcast livestream with InfoWars’ Alex Jones earlier this month.
The suspect fled the scene on a motorcycle on 72nd avenue and was tracked as far south as Washington Sq. Park, in response to the NYPD. The assault occurred on the intersection of East Drive and Terrace Drive, a brief stroll east of the Bethesda Terrace in Central Park.
The 63-year-old sufferer, who was not recognized by police, chipped a tooth and broke his hand after falling to the bottom.
Police described the suspect as a person of medium construct, in his 40s, with a light-weight complexion. He wore beige pants and a brown jacket, and his bike was hauling objects in a trailer that included an indication that stated “Hungry Disabled.”
Anybody with info is requested to name the crime stopper hotline at 1-800-577-8477.