(FILES) In this file image released on March 30, 2021, on its Twitter feed (@NYPDTips) by the New York Police Department Crime Stoppers shows a man assaulting a 65-year-old Asian American woman on March 29, 2021.   Police in New York arrested early March 31, 2021 a suspect in a brutal, videotaped assault of a 65 year old Asian-American woman, the latest incident of anti-Asian violence in the United States. Police announced the arrest on Twitter and said the man was charged with felony assault as a hate crime. The tweet did not give his name but US news outlets identified the man as Brandon Elliot, 38. The attack, which took place on a sidewalk in broad daylight in Midtown Manhattan on Monday, was caught on CCTV footage from inside an adjacent building.
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A still from surveillance footage shows the attack on Vilma Kari, an Asian-American woman, outside a New York City apartment building. AFP/NYPD Crime Stoppers 

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