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NYPD Search for Suspect Wanted For Shooting in Kew Gardens Hills

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Dec. 4, 2017 By Tara Law

Police are searching for a suspect who allegedly shot a 46-year-old man in the buttocks in Kew Gardens Hills in October.

Marc Coleman, 28, allegedly fired several shots before striking the victim once in the buttocks in front of 71-06 Kissena Blvd at around 10:04 p.m. on Oct. 23. Coleman then fled northbound on Kissena Boulevard.

The victim, whose name has not been released, was taken to an area hospital.

Coleman is described as black, 5 foot 10 inches, and approximately 170 pounds. At the time of the shooting, he was wearing a black baseball cap, a red hoodie, grey sweatpants and black sneakers. His last down address is 227-39 113th Ave in Queens Village.

The investigation is ongoing.

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