According to authorities, on September 26th around 3 p.m., a group of four individuals, consisting of three men and one woman, assaulted three teenagers aged 13, 14, and 15 on Independence Avenue near West 237th Street in Riverdale.
According to authorities, the two youngest victims were taken to nearby hospitals for medical treatment, while the oldest teen declined medical assistance.
Within close proximity to the area, a trio of schools, namely Drisha Institute for Jewish Education, Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy, and Atmosphere Academy Public Charter School, can be found.
As of Monday, none of the four suspects who fled the scene had been apprehended. They made their escape in a dark-colored SUV and remain at large.
According to the authorities, a male suspect who participated in the assault is reported to have a light complexion and a heavyset build. He was last seen donning a black Polo sweatsuit along with a black hat.
The authorities are on the lookout for another individual who is also described as having a heavy build, light skin, and a partially bald head. This person was last spotted wearing a pink sweatshirt and black pants and was captured on camera carrying a yellow shovel and pail.
According to reports, the third individual is a tall man with a medium complexion. He was last spotted wearing gray sweatpants and a gray sweatshirt that had a red design on it. Additionally, he was seen carrying a black cane.
According to reports, the woman who is a suspect in the case is said to have fair skin and dark hair that was tied back in a ponytail. She was spotted wearing a navy blue tracksuit with white stripes, and carrying a black bag.
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