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NYPD: Man records video underneath woman’s skirt at 74th/ Roosevelt Ave.

2163-16 QTS 110 PCT. Unlawful Surv. 7-26-16 photoJuly 29, 2016 Staff Report

The police are looking for a man who allegedly used his cell phone to secretly record under a woman’s skirt at the 74 Street/Roosevelt Ave E train station on Tuesday.

The victim, a 29-year-old woman, reported that she bumped in to the suspect while walking up the stairs to the platform around 5:05 p.m.

Once the suspect walked away, a passerby told her that the suspect had used his cellphone to record under her skirt. Though she tried to chase after him, he ran away.

The suspect is described as a Hispanic man between the ages of 40 and 50 and about 5 feet 7 inches tall. He was last seen wearing a dark colored striped shirt, dark jean shorts, black sneakers and a backpack.

The police have released a video and photo of the suspect, and ask for the public’s help in identifying and locating him.

Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).


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Earle theater

Man the Hispanic men in woodside,sunnyside,jackson heights are really out of line. Sick perverts.

Curtis West

You need to have cultural respect. These men only trying g to be nice and are lonely and you are attacking.them for being compliments to you?? Get real. This is cultural appropriations trying g to silence their cultural expression and freedom. Get on with it ladies is and stop pretended.


What is wrong with you? How is harassing a women a compliment? Clearly you dont know how it feels to be harassed. These hispanic men dont know the right way to treat a lady. Saying nasty remarks at us is not a compliment!!!! Oh they are lonely? Well than they should go on those dating websites to find a wife or so.


as a hispanic woman i also am waiting for the police to teach these pervs a lesson. i can’t walk to the supermarket without being harassed by mainly these mexicans and ecuadorians (and i am one!!) some are aggressive and it makes me afraid to leave my apartment!!


Its sad. I left my apartment 2 days ago with my boyfriend and i get harassed after 15 seconds of stepping outside, the hispanic man came up to me and started making kissing noises at me. Like really? Police need to do something about this right away. Or do us girls need to keep pepper sprays in our hands at all times when we are outside


Can the police do something about these hispanic perverts here in jackson heights? Im so sick of seeing young girls and women getting harassed every single day. I get hit on almost everytime i leave my apartment. Its disgusting, and whenever i yell at them to leave me alone, they want to fight me. What is wrong with them???


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