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The incident occurred at the intersection of 46th Street and Queens Boulevard. No...

LONG ISLAND CITY — A man in his 30s approached a 32-year-old Asian man and made anti-Muslim statements before punching him in the face Sunday at 5:30 a.m., police said.

The incident occurred at the intersection of 46th Street and Queens Boulevard. No arrests were made.

The suspect fled on foot down 46th Street and the victim, who suffered minor injuries, refused treatment at the scene, police said.

The cops were investigating the incident as a possible bias crime.

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