A brave Brooklyn woman was attacked with a box cutter when she confronted a trio defacing her building with graffiti, cops said Thursday.
The 62-year-old victim spoke up when she saw the two men and one woman vandalizing the three-story brownstone on Linden Street near Broadway in Bushwick, police said.
The victim then walked away, but the three suspects followed her, one of the men striking her on the left forearm with the handle of a closed box cutter, cops said.
They then ran off, heading toward Bushwick Avenue.
The victim refused medical attention for pain and discomfort.
The man with the box cutter is described as having a slim build and long hair. He was last seen wearing glasses, a camouflage hat, green camouflage waist-length jacket, a white shirt with a black horizontal stripe, black pants and dark sneakers.
Another male suspect is described as having a slim build, last seen wearing a white baseball hat, a black hooded sweatshirt, a black T-shirt, gray pants and white sneakers.
The woman also had a slim build, long brown hair and was last seen wearing a burgundy skull cap, a black waist-length jacket, green pants and black boots.