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Two MoMA Workers Stabbed After Man Denied Entry to See Film: NYPD

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Two employees working at the Museum of Modern Art were stabbed Saturday afternoon, prompting an evacuation of the midtown Manhattan museum and a search for the suspected attacker.

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NYPD investigators identified the subject as Gary Cabana, 60, a former member of the museum. He's accused of trying to gain access to the museum to see a film but was denied because

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his membership had been revoked a day earlier for repeat disturbances, officials said at a police press conference
After the man wasn't allowed past the museum entrance, police said he jumped

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over the reception desk around 4:15 p.m. and stabbed two employees -- a 24-year-old woman and a 24-year-old man -- multiple times.
Emergency personnel transported the two

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victims to Bellevue Hospital where they were being treated for non-life-threatening injuries, police and fire officials said
Cabana was seen on video leaving the building and police 

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know which direction he was fleeing. He's also described by police as a museum regular, someone who staff was familiar with. They also said he was wearing a black jacket and a blue 

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surgical mask
Videos posted to social media showed dozens of people leaving the museum as officials moved in to take control of the scene.

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The museum was full of visitors during Saturday's late winter snowstorm when the attack happened. Among those inside was David Dujerko, who was visiting from Chicago.