Boy, 2, is SLASHED in his stroller by a stranger in random attack in Upper Manhattan as police release surveillance footage of the suspect fleeing the scene

  • The two-year-old was in his stroller when that he was slashed in the random attack  
  • Police said the boy was being pushed by his babysitter in Morningside Heights  
  • The stranger walked as much as them and attacked the kid with a sharp object
  • Authorities never have said what toddler was cut with; the nanny wasn’t injured 
  • New York police have released surveillance footage that presents the suspect wearing a white t-shirt and dark shorts 

New York City police are searching for a suspect who slashed a two-year-old boy’s face in a random attack in Manhattan. 

Authorities said the incident occurred around 9.30am while the child’s babysitter was pushing him in his stroller. 

They were near the intersection of West 110th Street and Morningside Drive in Manhattan’s Morningside Heighs neighbor hood. 

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New York City police are searching for a suspect  (pictured) who slashed a two-year-old boy’s face in a random attack in Manhattan

Police have also released surveillance footage that shows the suspect (pictured) wearing a white t-shirt and dark shorts

Police have released surveillance footage that presents the suspect (pictured) wearing a white t-shirt and dark shorts

According to Pix 11, the stranger walked as much as them and attacked the kid with a sharp object. 

Authorities have not said what the toddler was cut with. Police said the nanny was not injured. 

The child was immediately taken up to the hospital where he received stitches for the wound above his right eyebrow. 

New York police have also released surveillance footage that shows the suspect wearing a white t-shirt and dark shorts.   

In the short clip, the person is seen jogging from the scene while covering his face with his t-shirt. 

The child’s father, who wished to remain anonymous, told ABC News: ‘My wife was horrified. My son is very nervous, also under stress.’ 

As of Thursday afternoon, police never have made any arrests. 

Police are asking that anyone with information contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).

In the short clip, the man is seen jogging away from the scene while covering his face with his t-shirt

In the short clip, the person is seen jogging from the scene while covering his face with his t-shirt

Authorities said the incident occurred around 9.30am while the child's babysitter was pushing him in his stroller. They were near the intersection of West 110th Street and Morningside Drive (pictured) in Manhattan's Morningside Heighs neighborhood

Authorities said the incident occurred around 9.30am as the child’s baby-sitter was pushing him in his stroller. They were near the intersection of West 110th Street and Morningside Drive (pictured) in Manhattan’s Morningside Heighs neighborhood

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