MONSEY, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – Police in Rockland County say the stabbing of an orthodox Jewish man on Wednesday was not a hate crime.

The Hasidic man was critically hurt when several men jumped out of a car, and then beat and stabbed him while he was on his way to synagogue in Monsey.

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Ramapo police said Friday evening there is no evidence to support that it was a hate crime.

Authorities have stepped up patrols as they continue to search for the attackers.

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  1. asdasdffasd says:

    What they mean was the suspects were not white

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