The NYPD on Wednesday re-released sketches of a pair of suspects still wanted for murdering a Queens gay rights activist more than eight years ago.
Louis Rispoli, 62, was attacked by three thugs and beaten with a stick to the head as he went for a late night stroll in Woodside at the corner of 42nd Street and Queens Boulevard at around 2:15 a.m. on Oct. 20, 2012, police said.
Emergency responders rushed Rispoli, a beloved music school administrator, to Elmhurst Hospital where he died five days later.
The police department is still seeking the public’s help in identifying two of the suspects — who it re-released the sketches of — in connection to the slaying.
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