You are reading

NYPD: Man strikes 79-year old in face at Elmhurst McDonald’s, victim knocked to the ground

Jan. 3, 2017 Staff Report

The police released a photo today of a man believed to be in his late twenties who allegedly struck a 79-year-old man in the face at the McDonald’s restaurant on Queens Blvd in October.

The police said that on Wednesday, October 12, at about 7:15 pm, the suspect approached the elderly man inside the 90-19 Queens Blvd restaurant and began striking him in the face and body. The victim fell to the ground, although was not hospitalized.

Police believe the incident was unprovoked.

The suspect is described as a male Hispanic who is 25-35 years old, 5’8″, 150lbs, with black hair and a black goatee and beard. He was last seen wearing a chain with a cross, a black jacket, black pants and sneakers.

Anyone with information is asked to call 1-800-577-TIPS (8477)

Source NYPD

email the author: [email protected]

4 Comments

Click for Comments 
DO

The fashion in crime now. This shocking behavior results in many seniors staying home, in “lockdown” due to fear, when, ironically, the sick, nasty and demented criminal is free.

Reply
Anonymous

I was a victim of Elder abuse myself in early 2016, when 2 teens in Marshalls each shoved me very hard, purposely and separately, then ran away laughing. The boy was very tall, the girl short. At the time I was using a cane, after an injury, which was in my shopping cart, which I was leaning on. I wasn’t hurt at all, but shocked- and saddened by the stupid mean things teens can do on a dare. It’s rare, but people do need to be aware of their surroundings and what can happen. I consider the posting above to be a public service.

Reply

Leave a Comment
Reply to this Comment

All comments are subject to moderation before being posted.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Recent News

Op-ed: An urgent call for revising NY’s criminal justice reforms to protect public safety

Apr. 11, 2024 By Council Member Robert Holden

In 2019, the State Legislature and Governor Andrew Cuomo embarked on a controversial overhaul of New York’s criminal justice system by enacting several laws, including cashless bail and sweeping changes to discovery laws. Simultaneously, the New York City Council passed laws that compounded these challenges, notably the elimination of punitive segregation in city jails and qualified immunity for police officers. These actions have collectively undermined public safety and constrained law enforcement effectiveness.