Bronx, New York -- A 52-year-old woman was violently flung onto subway tracks at a station in New York.

The NYPD is on the lookout for the man who attacked the unsuspecting victim without flinching.

The horrifying incident was captured on video at a subway station in the Bronx. The video shows the unidentified man shoving the woman onto the tracks at the Jackson Avenue station, at about 4:45 p.m. Sunday.

The suspect grabbed the woman with both hands and tossed her, sending her tumbling down off the platform, according to the New York Post. The man then walked away from the scene, leaving the woman on the ground.

Following the attack, bystanders rushed to the woman’s aid and picked her up from the track, an MTA spokesperson said. She suffered cuts to her head and arm and sustained a broken collar bone, ABC7NY reported.

The woman was taken to the Lincoln Hospital in stable condition, police said.

Officials shared footage of the attack on Twitter along with a plea for any information that could lead to the arrest of the suspect, who was wearing a baseball cap backward and a white tank top during the attack. Photos released by NYPD Crime Stoppers appeared to show the suspect having tattoos on his arms.

Information about the suspect’s identity can be passed on to law enforcement officials by calling NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). Tips can also be submitted by logging onto the CrimeStoppers website at or on Twitter @NYPDTips.

Sunday’s attack comes days after a 48-year-old commuter in New York was fatally shot inside a subway car. leading to his death.

Authorities said the victim, Brooklyn resident Daniel Enriquez, was shot in the chest without provocation on May 22. The suspect fled the scene right after the train pulled into the Canal Street train station.

First responders arrived at the station and rushed Enriquez, a Goldman Sachs employee, to the hospital. He was later pronounced dead.

Andrew Abdullah, 25, was arrested for the subway shooting and charged with second-degree murder and second-degree criminal possession of a weapon for taking Enriquez's life in the random attack.