New York Knife Attack Leaves Victim Of Queens Slashing With Over 100 Stitches, Supreme Moye Still At Large

New York Knife Attack Leaves Victim Of Queens Slashing With Over 100 Stitches, Supreme Moye Still At Large

A New York knife attack left the victim of the slashing in Queens covered in cuts which required over 100 stitches.

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The suspect in the New York knife attack case is 20-year-old Supreme Moye. On Friday, April 25, it is alleged that Moye and an unnamed 15-year-old teenager from Queens got into a personal argument over an undisclosed subject. Moye is alleged to have attacked the girl with a knife, slashing the girl on her face, neck, back, and hands, only to flee the scene of the crime. Doctors at North Shore Long Island Jewish Hospital had to use more than 100 stitches to close her wounds.

So far, police have not released any information about what sparked the knife attack. Police sources have indicated the two knew each other personally, while some reports allege they may have once been in a relationship. Either way, this is not the first time Moye has been in trouble with the police. He was previously arrested in June of 2013 for committing a robbery in the Bronx.

Police are also asking for the public to help track down the suspect. The New York knife attack took place at 169th St. and 111th Ave. in Jamaica. Moye is described as a black male who is five feet, 10 inches tall and weighs 165 pounds. The photo at the top of this article has been released courtesy of the NYPD.

Authorities have established a NYPD Crime Stopper hot line asking anyone with information about the attack to contact the police. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1 (800) 577-TIPS (8477). The public also can submit tips by logging onto nypdcrimestoppers.com or by texting 274637 (CRIMES), then entering TIP577.