A 19-year-old Bronx teen is in critical condition after he was stabbed repeatedly during a subway fight over an iPhone early yesterday morning. Police have now arrested 22-year-old Victor Montalvo and 21-year-old Maritza Lopez in the stabbing of teen Alexander Herald; both have been charged with attempted murder, assault, criminal possession of a weapon, harassment and disorderly conduct. Below, you can see a surveillance video of the suspects.

According to police, the incident happened at the Fordham train station just after 4 a.m.— Herald and a friend had fallen asleep on a downtown 4 train. When they awoke, the victim realized his friend's iPhone had been stolen and his pocket had been slashed. Herald saw Montalvo holding what appeared to be his friend's phone, and the two started arguing. The fight spilled onto the platform at Fordham—and while Herald's friend went to get a token booth clerk to call 911, Montalvo allegedly pulled out a knife.

The friend returned to find Herald stabbed multiple times in the head and body, lying in a pool of his blood. Herald was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital, where he is listed in critical but stable condition." He's strong. He'll get through this," his cousin, Chris Clarke, told the News.