By Jorge Fitz-Gibbon & Tina Moore
Police are looking for a pair of vandals who drove up to a Queens home and brazenly ripped down a Pride flag and stomped it — with the act caught on surveillance video.
The footage, released by cops Wednesday, shows the two culprits ride up to the home on 190 Street in Fresh Meadows on a scooter on Aug. 3 — with one of the suspects walking up to the rainbow flag outside the house.
The man then rips down the flag shortly after 5:30 p.m., throws it to the ground stomps it several times.
He then gets back on the scooter and the pair drives off, the video shows.
Police are asking the public to help identify the two vandals.
The case is being investigated by the NYPD Hate Crime Task Force and the probe is ongoing, police said.
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