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Manager says Asian, Hispanic teens vandalized Asian restaurant

by Shirley L. Ng, AsAmNews Staff Writer

A group of teenagers vandalizing an Asian restaurant, “Fish Village,” in College Point was caught on video and posted online.

According to an NYPD report obtained by AsAmNews, the teenagers entered the restaurant on Saturday, March 4 at approximately 8:20PM. They damaged plates of food, dishware and a large window. They all fled on 127 Street. There are currently no arrests and the investigation is ongoing.

ABC 7 NY reports that the ransacking occurred at Fish Village in College Point. The news outlet spoke to the manager, Tony Hu through a translator. Hu described the teenagers as mostly Asian and Hispanic.

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