Police: 2 men injured in anti-gay beating
NEW YORK (AP) — New York City police are searching for a man they say injured two other men in an anti-gay attack in Brooklyn.
WABC-TV reports the attack happened early Sunday in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg section. Authorities say the suspect made anti-gay comments as he approached the men. Police say the suspect punched one man in the face and threw the other victim into a tree.
Both victims were knocked unconscious during the attack. Police say the suspect fled the scene.
One victim suffered a broken shoulder and the other victim sustained a broken finger.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the New York Police Department.
Information from: WABC-TV, http://www.7online.com