Police are looking for a suspect in the March 28 attack | East and Southeast Queens News

Police have released surveillance video and photos of a suspect wanted for questioning in relation to an assault earlier this week.

The suspect, whom police want the public to help identify, is accused of attacking a 60-year-old Jamaican pawnbroker, who suffered severe head trauma and was transported to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center by EMS, according to a NYPD spokesperson. Police had no update on the victim, who was left in critical condition on Friday.

The attack took place in the 103rd Precinct before 1 p.m. at 178-22 Jamaica Ave. on March 28, according to the NYPD.

The suspect can be seen hitting the victim, who is on the ground at the start of the surveillance video, at least seven times with an unknown object.

The man in question, described as around 5ft 7in and 150lbs tall, of average build and medium skin tone, fled westbound on Jamaica Avenue, according to the NYPD. On the day of the attack, the suspect was wearing a green Adidas baseball cap, black face mask, dark blue jacket with a hood, black backpack, dark green pants, and black shoes.

An additional surveillance photo obtained in front of 185-09 Jamaica Ave. shows the individual in what appear to be black earmuffs, black sneakers with a white stripe down the bottom, a white shirt with a black stripe down the upper body and front edges. necklaces, sunglasses, a blue jacket and a black bag.

James T. Quintero