Police: 4 men wanted for post-parade violence

BROOKLYN - Police are looking for four men in connection with a deadly stabbing on Eastern Parkway following the end of the West Indian Day Parade on Monday.

Officials released photos of the suspects, who they say are only wanted for questioning at this time. The men are between 20 and 25 years old.

One man has already been charged with a separate stabbing on Saint Johns Place after the parade. Authorities say they are also looking for suspects in a double shooting that wounded two people on Eastern Parkway.

NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly spoke about the violence Wednesday, calling it a 'given' and insisted that the incidents had nothing to do with the parade itself.

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