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  • A woman was hit in the face by a wrench amid a subway fight between two men in Queens earlier this month, authorities say

  • Police released a surveillance image of the suspect buying a bottled water in a restaurant shortly after the attack (above)

  • Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS

A woman was hit in the face by a wrench amid a subway fight between two men in Queens earlier this month, authorities say.

The 64-year-old woman was sitting on the northbound platform of the Roosevelt Avenue-Jackson Heights as the afternoon rush got underway July 1. Two men were involved in a fight nearby and one apparently threw a wrench at the other.

The wrench missed the target, police said, and the woman was hit in the forehead. She was taken to a hospital in stable condition with lacerations to her head.

Police released a surveillance image of the suspect buying a bottled water in a restaurant shortly after the attack (above).

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