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May 16, 2020

DAILYKENN.com -- A 76-year-old man was stabbed in the back while purchasing gasoline in Miami, police say. 

A security video shows a male in a hoodie holding a knife as he sneaks up on the victim. He then rapidly plunges the knife into the elderly man's back several times before jogging away. 

Wsvn.com described the assailant: "Along with the gray hoodie with a red design, police said the crook was wearing gray sweatpants and red shoes."

Local10.com added different information, "Police said the attacker, identified only as a black male, fled north once the victim turned around."

Police released the video on Thursday, May 14, 2020, nearly two months after the attack. It is not known why authorities waiting to release the video.

The attack failed to attract the media firestorm surrounding a failed citizen's arrest shooting in Georgia where a black male was fatally shot while being apprehended by a former police officer and his son.  

According to miamiherald.com ▼

When pumping gas at a Miami gas station, a man was stabbed in the back, police video shows. Miami police say the stabber is still on the run.

The man was pumping gas at 6201 N. Miami Avenue when the suspect came up behind him, police said of the March 18 stabbing. The victim was taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Ryder Trauma Center where he later recovered.

Nearly two months later, the assailant has not been caught. Video released Thursday, shows the suspect hid a knife behind his back as he approached the man from behind. He stabbed him quickly and repeatedly, then ran away.

The suspect was wearing a gray hoodie with a red design, gray sweatpants and red shoes.


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