A 28-year-old man accused of fatally stabbing another in a Midtown beef surrendered to cops just after midnight Wednesday, police sources said.
“You need to arrest me. I have the knife in my coat,” the suspect told police officers after marching into the Times Square substation, sources said.
Officers searched the man, whose name has not been released, and found two knives on him, according to the police sources.
The assailant stabbed his victim, a 66-year-old man, multiple times in the chest and back following an argument on the southeast corner of W. 36th St. and 9th Ave., around 11:25 p.m. Monday, cops said.
After the attack, the victim staggered nearly two blocks to the Midtown South Precinct station house on W. 35th St., bleeding from his wounds.
Medics rushed him to Bellevue Hospital, but he could not be saved, officials said.
Cops released surveillance video of the attacker, shown bolting from the stabbing dressed in a sharp overcoat.
The suspect is now being questioned at the station house, sources said