Police Seek Suspects in Possible Anti-Gay Assault in Queens

Authorities say the suspects made anti-gay comments before assaulting a man and a woman earlier this month at the Neptune Diner in Astoria

Sunday, Jan 19, 2014  |  Updated 10:29 AM EDT
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Police Seek Suspects in Possible Anti-Gay Assault in Queens

Police are searching for three people wanted in connection with a suspected anti-gay attack at a diner in Queens.

Authorities say the suspects made anti-gay comments before assaulting a man and a woman earlier this month at the Neptune Diner in Astoria.
   
The victims needed treatment for cuts on their heads after the attackers threw plates at them, police said.
   
Police have released surveillance images (see above) of two women and a man believed to have been involved in the attack.
   

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