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Police Release Photo of Man Wanted for Questioning in Connection to Flushing Homicide

The police have released a photo of a man (pictured) wanted in connection to a fatal stabbing that took place inside a Flushing apartment last month (GMaps)

Sept. 15, 2022 By Christian Murray

The police released a photo Wednesday of a man wanted in connection to a fatal stabbing that took place inside a Flushing apartment last month.

The photo is of a man wanted for his involvement in the stabbing death of a 55-year-old woman inside an apartment building at 132-59 41st Rd.

The victim, identified as Chen Fang, was found by police unconscious and with multiple stab wounds inside apartment 5B on Friday, Aug 26. She was pronounced dead at the scene by EMS.

The police are looking for the man pictured in relation to a stabbing that took place in Flushing last month (NYPD)

Police say Fang lived in the apartment and was initially discovered by her roommate.

The NYPD is still trying to piece together the circumstances surrounding Fang’s death and have ruled the stabbing a homicide.

There have been no arrests and the investigation remains ongoing.

Anyone with information in regard to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).

The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the CrimeStoppers website at https://crimestoppers.nypdonline.org/ or on Twitter @NYPDTips.

 

 

 

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