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Police looking for man who allegedly groped woman on E-train

Feb. 23, 2017 Staff Report

Police are searching for a man who allegedly groped a woman against her will on a Queens-bound E train last weekend.

According to the report, both the suspect and the 46-year-old victim were on an E train between Queens Plaza and Roosevelt Avenue on Saturday around 5:24 p.m. when the man touched the woman’s thigh.

When the woman got up to confront the man, he grabbed her buttocks and smiled.

The victim got off the train at Roosevelt Avenue and the man remained on the train.

The suspect is described as a 25-year-old Asian man standing 5-foot-6 and weighing about 200 pounds. He has a medium complexion, black hair, brown eyes and glasses and was last seen wearing a black coat and tan pants.

Police have released a photo of the suspect and anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 800-577-TIPS.

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silent majority

Just saying that if this person is not here legally according to DeBlasio this is not a serious enough offense for the NYPD to contact the feds if he is ever caught. Also welfare fund is also allowed as not being serious enough. Got to love our mayor and he will get a second term as no one is opposing him.

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brooklynmc

1st of all, Asia is huge and made up of many countries with many looks and cultures. It is not just China and Japan. 2nd, the guy looks nice! Seriously? You think you can tell who is a pervert by looking at them?

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