Anti-gay attackers beat woman, throw her to ground in what New York police call a hate crime
One of three suspected in an anti-gay attack in New York City (Screenshot/CBS New York)

New York police are looking for three suspects in an anti-gay hate attack, CBS New York reports.


The three suspects, two women and one man, all white and in their mid thirties and forties, began shouting obscenities and anti-gay slurs at the victim before knocking her down and dragging her.

The victim, a 27-year-old woman, was eating with her mother at BarKogi, a Korean restaurant in New York City, at about 1 a.m. Saturday when the attack occurred. The suspects were seated at the table behind her and caught on surveillance camera.

The victim suffered cuts and bruises as a result of the attack and was treated at New York University hospital. The NYPD's hate crime division is investigating, according to reports.

Watch the report from CBS New York here: