VIDEO: Vicious biker gang brutally beats, stomps elderly man and son during broad daylight attack in NYC

An unruly group of dirt bikers violently yanked an elderly man and his adult son out of their car in Harlem, New York, on Tuesday, mercilessly beating them before stealing a cellphone, a wallet, and some cash.

What are the details?

According to a report from WABC-TV, the incident took place during broad daylight hours near the intersection of St. Nicholas Terrace and West 127th Street.

Authorities said that the beating occurred after one of the bikers ran a red light and collided with a car, which held a 64-year-old man and his 36-year-old son.

Surveillance video of the attack shows at least four bikers surrounding the father and son's vehicle as two of them yank the driver out of his vehicle and throw him down on the ground. One of the suspects can then be seen kicking the driver while he lay on the ground, and a second suspect later punching him.

The video also showed others surrounding the victims and kicking them while another suspect appeared to ram their bike into one of the victims.

The victims were transported to a nearby hospital for treatment and were said to be in stable condition.

Authorities ask anyone with any information on the attack to call Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS.

(Content warning: graphic footage):

WANTED for ROBBERY: On 3/15/22 @ 4:25 PM, @NYPD26PCT the unidentified individuals on dirt bikes approached a 64-year-old victim & his 36-year-old son who were seated inside of their vehicle at St Nicholas Terrace & W 127 St. The victims were pulled from the vehicle &
— NYPD Crime Stoppers (@NYPD Crime Stoppers) 1647490504

What else is there to know about this?

The unnamed 36-year-old victim told the New York Post that his elderly father suffered a concussion as a result of the attack.

“I’m OK, I’m just really concerned about him, concerned about my father,” he told the Post. “I want them to find them, and justice. Because it was an accident, all right? What was the point of assaulting an elderly guy? Like 10 people. Anybody’s a man with 10 people.”

He recalled, “The dirt bike came on the opposite side of the downtown, driving opposite traffic. We stopped and we see all these motorcycles coming around the car. My father was driving. He got in a panic. He was scared. He drove a little bit, like to the middle of the block. We were stopped by one motorcycle. That’s when all of them came. That’s when the altercation happened. One guy broke my father’s driver window, the door handle. Opened the door, yanked him out of the car and started beating him. I got assaulted as well.”

The younger man said that he could only think about his father's safety during the attack.

“I’m just concerned about my father,” he recalled. “I went running to his side.”

66-year-old viciously beaten with a bottle in a random attack in NYC caught on surveillance video

A 66-year-old man was injured in an unprovoked attack in New York City and it was caught on surveillance video released by the NYPD.

Police say that the attack occurred on Aug. 23 in broad daylight at the intersection of West 129th St. and Convent Avenue in Harlem.

The video shows a man walking with what appears to be a briefcase in one hand and a grocery bag with items inside in the other hand. Then another man runs up behind him and strikes him forcefully with a bottle.

Police say that the victim fell to the ground and was beaten several more times with the bottle by the assailant who fled soon afterward.

The victim suffered numerous injuries to his face and his head, but refused immediate medical attention.

Neighbors are shocked

Some neighbors in the area, like Amir Aalaam who works at a shelter for displaced families, were shocked by the video and said the neighborhood is generally safe and quiet.

"I can't believe that guy was hit over his head like that," he said. "That's just unjustifiable, and whoever is responsible for that, i hope they get apprehended as soon as possible."

But other neighbors said they were not surprised.

"I live in New York City, nothing don't shock me out here, trust me, nothing!" said a woman who works in the area.

Laundromat worker Dunia Diaz said she's always on the lookout for random attacks.

"You don't expect to come to work and be surprised with anything like that. It's scary. It's scary," Diaz said. "I'm always looking. I keep my eyes everywhere."

Police are seeking the public's help in identifying the attacker.

Here's a local news report about the harrowing incident:

Caught On Camera: Random, Unprovoked Bottle Attack In