Video footage captures the alleged perpetrator sought in the violent assault of a deli employee in Queens

A man with green hair can be seen in a video bumping into a deli worker. As the worker confronts him about it, the man responds in an aggressive manner.

The suspect becomes enraged and unleashes an endless barrage of punches on the victim, causing them to fall to the ground.

Abraham Alshawish, the son of the victim, described the severe injuries his father sustained by stating, “A crucial part of his face is detached from a particular section of his bones.”

Abdullah Alshawish’s father is currently in critical condition at Elmhurst Hospital due to internal brain bleeding and a fractured face.

The incident occurred on Monday at approximately 11:20 p.m. at a deli located on the intersection of 64th Street and Broadway.

According to the residents, they are familiar with the suspect and can identify them.

According to a resident, the moment the suspect’s green hair was mentioned, it became clear that they had seen him before. The resident went on to describe the suspect as weird, with a reputation of causing people to cross the street to avoid him.

According to a resident, the suspect frequently engages in self-talk and only appears during the night.

According to the police, the suspect is a male in his thirties with a height of approximately six feet.

The victim’s son describes his father as a genuinely nice person.

According to Alshawish, he has an old-fashioned personality that prompts him to strike up conversations with random strangers. He is the kind of person who is always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone in need, regardless of whether they are known to him or not. Alshawish admits that it may sound cliche, but it is a true reflection of his character.

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The medical team is anticipating a reduction in the internal bleeding in his head, allowing them to proceed with the surgery scheduled for Thursday. Doctors remain hopeful for a successful outcome.

At this point, if it fails to occur, there is uncertainty about what actions can be taken.

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