UPDATE: NYPD Releases Footage Of Suspects, Horrific Details Of Brooklyn Beating

o-SUSPECTS-HATE-CRIME-570Police have released footage of two of the four assailants suspected of beating a trans woman unconscious on the streets of Brooklyn last Sunday night.

We previously reported that the unnamed victim was harassed before the attack, and new details from the NY Daily News paint an even more distressing picture of what happened.

Witnesses told cops the four goons followed the victim down Bushwick Ave. spouting anti-gay epithets before the attack.

“What are you doing on this block?” one punk barked.

The victim yelled back and then tried to get away, but the suspects chased her down and attacked, police said.

One of the brutes beat the woman in the head with a Plexiglas board, knocking her out, as the other three punks kicked and punched her, officials said.

Emergency responders rushed the victim to Elmhurst Hospital, where she remained in critical condition early Wednesday, authorities said.

Police describe one suspect as “a black man who was last seen wearing a dark, long-sleeve shirt, gray sweatpants, white sneakers, a ski cap and a gray sleeveless sweatshirt with the word “Freedom” on it,” and the other as “a black man with a short haircut, who was last seen wearing a blue Nike hooded sweatshirt with blue sweatpants.”

At this time, no arrests have been made.

Here is the surveillance footage of two of the suspects: