Police Looking For Attempted Robbery, Stabbing Suspect In East Harlem

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police in East Harlem now have a name to go along with the face of a suspect wanted for questioning in connection with an attempted robbery and stabbing back in April.

The NYPD says they are looking for 43-year-old Alberto Lebron of the Bronx.

Police say on April 24, two suspects, one armed with a knife, walked into a parking garage on East 143 Street and demanded money.

When the man refused to hand over any cash, police say the suspect with the knife stabbed the victim, who was trying to fight off his attackers as the two suspects fled.

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The victim was treated for cuts to his stomach.

During their investigation of the incident, police say they’ve identified Lebron as one of the suspects. The second suspect has still not been identified.

00000001 Police Looking For Attempted Robbery, Stabbing Suspect In East Harlem

Alberto Lebron (credit: NYPD)

If you know where Lebron is or have any information about this attempted robbery, call police or Crime Stoppers at 800-577-TIPS or visit www.nypdcrimestoppers.com.

  • nyc

    they can run but they have no where to hide except fly to Africa

  • Big Brother caught you

    Your going to jail big brother was watching. HA HA when are these losers going to notice cameras are everywhere enjoy your next 10 years with your boyfriend hahaha

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