Police released new surveillance photos Tuesday of a man they say brutally stabbed a 17-year-old Queens girl on her way home from work last week.
A man was brought in for questioning Monday night but later released, NBC 4 New York reports. Police are hoping the new photos will help lead to an arrest.
Natasha Martinez was walking to her Woodhaven home about 11:25 p.m. on July 29 after leaving her job at McDonald's when she was attacked and stabbed 10 times, police said. She was listed in stable condition last week.
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Authorities believe the attack was gang-related, The New York Post reports. A police source told the Post that the teen had recently gotten into a dispute with a gang member.