Queens seafood restaurant left with $20K in damages after being ransacked by teenagers, suspects sought by police
A restaurant in Queens, New York was vandalized by a large group of teenagers on Saturday morning, leaving the establishment with an estimated $20,000 in damages. The suspects reportedly entered Fish Village in College Point and began trashing the place without saying anything, according to the restaurant’s manager, Tony Hu. Hu expressed feeling scared and confused as to why the group would cause such damage to the establishment. Authorities are still searching for the suspects involved.
A video captured by surveillance cameras shows a group of masked teenagers trashing a seafood restaurant in Queens, New York, causing an estimated $20,000 in damages. According to the manager, the suspects entered Fish Village in College Point on Saturday morning and started flipping tables, throwing chairs, and breaking dishes. While most of the suspects were Asians, some were Hispanic. Around 30 customers were inside the restaurant when the incident took place. Manager Tony Hu said through a translator that he doesn’t know why the group would do something like this and that it’s scary. Police are still searching for the suspects.
Police are still searching for the suspects who vandalized Fish Village in Queens, New York, causing an estimated $20,000 in damages. The group, made up mostly of Asian teenagers with some Hispanic teenagers, entered the restaurant on Saturday morning and began flipping tables, throwing chairs, and breaking dishes. No weapons were used, and no property was stolen during the incident. So far, no arrests have been made in connection to the incident.