Police: 7 teens wanted for possible bias attack of Jewish man in Williamsburg

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Police are investigating another possible bias attack in the borough after a Jewish man was attacked in Williamsburg.

It happened Friday night near the corner of Wythe Avenue and South 10th Street.

Surveillance video shows the moment it happened. Police say the man was standing at the corner of Wythe Avenue and South 10th Street when he was attacked.

Police say a group of seven young men walked up to a Hasidic Jewish man and knocked his fur hat off his head. The man was not hurt in the attack.

News 12 is told the NYPD's Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating to determine whether this was in fact a bias attack.

 Anyone with information is asked to call police. 

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