Man Attacked in Christopher Street PATH Station: Police

Monday, Dec 9, 2013  |  Updated 12:25 PM EDT
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Surveillance video shows the three male suspects being sought in connection with the assault.

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Police are looking for three men and three women who attacked a PATH train rider in the Christopher Street station in Manhattan Sunday morning, authorities said. 
 
Port Authority police say the 44-year-old victim told detectives the suspects were blocking the turnstiles, and when he asked them to move, they started arguing with him.

The argument escalated to a beating, and the victim suffered cuts to his forehead and lip and an injury to his left hand, police said.

 
He was treated at the scene by EMTs.
 
Anyone with information about the 6:30 a.m. attack is asked to call 1-800-828-7273.
 

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