Surveillance video show suspects accused of stabbing and punching transgender woman at a DC laundromat
D.C. police have released surveillance video showing the suspects accused of stabbing and striking a transgender woman in a Northeast laundromat.
WASHINGTON - D.C. police on Thursday released surveillance video showing a group of suspects accused of attacking and stabbing a transgender woman in a Northeast laundromat.
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Police are investigating the incident as a possible hate crime after the assailants reportedly hurled anti-LGBTQ slurs at her while they struck and stabbed her.
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Police are looking for a man and two women in connection with the incident at the Capital Laundry Mat on Benning Road, Northeast near the intersection with 17th Street, Northeast.
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If you can help police in their investigation, call (202) 727-9099.