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Police Looking For Alleged Pervert Who Touched a Woman at 74th Street Station

July 17, 2020 Staff Report

The police are looking for a man who grabbed a woman’s private area at the 74th Street/Roosevelt subway station on Monday.

The suspect allegedly grabbed the woman, 54, from behind at around 1:20 p.m. July 13 while she was going down the escalator to the Forest Hills-bound R platform. He touched the victim over her clothing.

The woman screamed and the suspect fled down the escalator in an unknown direction. The victim was uninjured.

Anyone with information in regard to the identity of this male 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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Frank and jimmy

What people complained about more cops. Take a survey you will not be surprised at who voted for this

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JH4Life

Pervert needs to be thrown in jail. Perp has probably committed all kinds of crimes before but never had to face real consequences. There’s no place for this type of behavior in a civil society. This is a major transit hub at a busy time of day. We need a stronger police presence everywhere.

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Kiwi

74st train station in Jackson Heights is the most filthy and disgusting station. It smells like urine and vomit, bird dropping all over the stairs , perverts in & around the whole station, by the bus depot , on Roosevelt Ave. Councilmember Daniel Dromm should do something about it . His office & home is not far there.

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Daily commuter

People protested about the hiring of those extra police for the trains and stations. Does Senator Jessica Ramos have anything to say about the groping and assaults in the subways ?

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