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Wanted: Police are looking for this guy, who punched a woman leaving a Clinton Hill deli on Wednesday, video footage shows.

Cops are hunting for the jerk who socked a teenage girl in the face as she walked out of a Clinton Hill deli on Wednesday.

Video footage shows the guy strolling down the street towards the bodega at 541 Myrtle Ave. before hurling a punch at the 19-year-old victim as she exited the store at 2:45 pm.

The teen fell to the ground following the blow, which bruised her face, according to authorities, and the brute kept on walking, barely breaking his stride, the video shows.

Authorities said the suspect is around 20-years-old, and was wearing gray hoodie and sweatpants at the time of the attack.

Anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-8477. The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the Crime Stoppers website at www.nypdcrimestoppers.com or by texting tips to 274637 (CRIMES) then entering TIP577. All tips are strictly confidential.

Updated 3:04 pm, October 12, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

Beto O’Dork from Keg City says:
What’s the matter Brooklyn Paper, you didn’t mention race in the title. How bout BLACK man punches teenage girl in face. Maybe the girl was white or Asian since the pic was blurred. The media only mentions race when it reflects negatively on a White person. They even make Latino people White, like George Zimmerman, when it suits their agenda. Bunch of liars and fakes.
Oct. 12, 3:39 pm
ralphio from bed sty says:
Was this a racial bias assault? How about the whole story on the race of the victim. Obviously the blurring is your form of censorship. Fake news!
Oct. 12, 4:41 pm
dean says:
so many proud boys concerned about race
Oct. 12, 4:53 pm
Ace from Coney Island says:
99% of these kinds of random, unprovoked attacks are by black males.
Oct. 12, 9:14 pm
race smace from NYC says:
That young man needs a beat down. We know what you look like!
Oct. 13, 8:34 am
Sadie from NYC says:
99% of other unprovoked attacks are random like serial killing by white males.
Oct. 13, 10:10 am
Boris from Borough Park says:
99% of stupid comments are made by mentally disturbed people.
Oct. 13, 8:07 pm
Barbie from Mattel says:
Math is hard.
Oct. 13, 8:10 pm
Alex M from Bensonhurst says:
Barbie from Mattel. That is funny. Thanx.
Oct. 14, 11:34 am

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