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Cops Looking for Man Who Allegedly Masturbated in Front of Teen on 7 Train

Suspect (NYPD) and the 69th Street station (Photo: Queens Post)

May 12, 2022 By Czarinna Andres

The police are looking for a man who masturbated in front of a 17-year-old girl on the 7 train in Woodside on Tuesday.

The suspect allegedly pulled out his penis and began masturbating on a Manhattan-bound 7-train as it was approaching the 69th St.-Fisk Av. station at around 1:10 p.m.

The man allegedly whispered in the teenager’s ear and when she turned around, she was in full sight of his exposed pennis. She informed the conductor, and the conductor ordered the man off the train. He was last seen on the Manhattan bound 69th St. platform.

The suspect is described as being between 35 and 40-years old, with a dark complexion, medium build and weighing around 160 pounds. Police believe he is approximately 5 feet 4 inches tall.

He was last seen wearing a blue Yankees cap, a blue bandana in his rear pocket, a grey T-shirt, earrings, a multi-colored green jacket and blue jeans. He also has a full beard.

Photos and a surveillance video of the suspect were taken at the 69th St.-Fisk Av. station and released by the NYPD.

Anyone with information in regard to the suspect is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).

 

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