NYC straphanger left bleeding from head after mugging: cops

A straphanger was left bleeding from the top after a wrestle with a robber on a subway staircase in Greenwich Village on Friday, cops stated. 

The sufferer, described as in his 50s, was on the steps of the West Fourth Avenue-Washington Sq. station in Manhattan simply after midday when the suspect out of the blue grabbed him by the backpack, authorities stated.

The suspect tussled with the male suspect, who swiped an unspecified amount of money from him, police stated. 

The sufferer suffered accidents to his head in the course of the skirmish, cops stated. 

Photographs present him with the again of his head, his ear and a part of his neck lined in blood as he was being handled by EMS employees. A blood path might be seen close to the staircase after the incident. 

He was taken to Bellevue Hospital with non-life-threatening accidents.

The victim is shown crouched over, holding a towel to his head.
The sufferer was taken to Bellevue Hospital with non-life-threatening accidents, cops stated.
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An MTA workers hands the victim a towel.
An MTA employees fingers the sufferer a towel.
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EMTs seen treating the man after the violent mugging.
EMTs seen treating the person after the violent mugging.
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A blood trail could be seen on the ground near the staircase.
A blood path might be seen on the bottom close to the staircase.
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The assailant — described as a person in his 20s with dreadlocks and a skinny construct and sporting a white shirt, grey shorts and sneakers — fled the scene.

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