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NYPD: Man shot outside Kew Gardens Hills deli Monday, following dispute

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Oct. 25, 2017 By Christian Murray

A man was shot outside a Kew Gardens Hills bodega Monday night and was left in critical condition, police said.

The victim, 46, was shot once in the buttocks outside 71-06 Kissena Boulevard, near 71st Avenue, at around 9:50 pm, after the suspect fired several rounds. The suspect got into a dispute with the victim inside the deli prior to the shooting, police said.

The suspect then fled northbound on Kissena Boulevard.

The victim was treated at an area hospital where he was listed in critical but stable condition.

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Police released video and a photograph of the suspect. The suspect is described as black, in his 30s and last seen wearing a black baseball cap, a red hooded sweater, gray sweatpants and black sneakers.

Anyone with information is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477)

 

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“A man was shot outside a Kew Gardens bodega Monday night and was left in critical condition, police said.

The victim, 46, was shot once in the buttocks outside 71-06 Kissena Boulevard, near 71st Avenue…”

This isn’t Kew Gardens. It’s Kew Gardens Hills. Maybe even Flushing.

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