COMING SOON: Kings County’s sixth Target outpost will open next
year at Caesar’s Bay Shopping Center. Photo by Steve Solomonson
BY JULIANNE MCSHANE
The bullseye is centering on
A new Target outpost will
open next year at the neighborhood’s
Caesar’s Bay Shopping
Center, according to
a spokeswoman for the retailer.
The store will fi ll more
than one-and-a-half football
fi elds’ worth of space across
two stories of the Bay Parkway
mall, a massive storefront
combining the former
Caesar’s Bay locations of
kid-centric retailers Toys
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which recently shuttered
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The new Target store will
be Kings County’s sixth,
joining two sister locations
Downtown, two in Midwood,
and one in Bensonhurst. And
when it opens, the department
store will join other
big-box retailers inside the
mall, including Kohl’s, Best
Buy, and Modell’s, the Post
BY JULIANNE MCSHANE
Police are hunting for the guy
who stabbed a teenage bystander
in the back inside a
Coney Island bodega, after the
suspect and three accomplices
chased two other men inside
The four baddies on March
11 chased the duo into the Surf
Avenue deli at W. 30th Street
around 11 pm, when the suspected
stabber waved a knife
before plunging it into the back
of the 19-year-old victim, whom
cops called “an unintended target,”
according to authorities.
The suspect and his three
accomplices subsequently fl ed
the scene in a black Nissan
Maxima, while the teen sought
treatment to his wound at Coney
Island Hospital, and has
since been released, offi cers
Cops described the man
who stabbed the victim as
about fi ve-feet-10-inches tall
and 160 pounds, and said he
was last seen wearing a black
jacket with orange sleeves,
black jeans, and white sneakers.
Offi cers described his three
accomplices as follows:
• A fi ve-foot-10-inch man
in his late teens, who weighs
about 160 pounds, has black
hair, and was last seen wearing
a black hooded sweatshirt,
gray pants, and white sneakers.
• A man with a “slim build,”
who was last seen wearing a
black hooded sweatshirt, red
sweatpants, and black-andwhite
• A man last seen wearing a
gray hooded sweatshirt.
Anyone with information
regarding the incident is asked
to call Crime Stoppers at (800)
577–8477. The public can also
submit tips by logging onto the
Crime Stoppers website at www.
nypdcrimestoppers.com or by
texting tips to 274637 (CRIMES)
then entering TIP577. All tips
are confi dential.
WANTED: Police are searching for
this man, who allegedly stabbed a
teen in the back after he and three
accomplices chased two other
guys into a Surf Avenue bodega.
Target opening inside old
‘Toys’ store in Gravesend
Man stabs teen bystander while terrorizing
Coney Island deli with three cohorts: police