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Man allegedly grabs woman’s buttocks in Astoria last week

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Aug. 1, 2016 Staff Report

Police are searching for a man who allegedly groped a 19-year-old woman in Astoria last week.

The suspect approached the victim as she walked in front 31-36 14 Street and then grabbed her buttocks on July 24th at 6 pm, according to police.

The NYPD describes the suspect as male, black, approximately 25-years-old, about 5’5” tall and 140 pounds.

Police have released a photo of the suspect and are asking anyone with any information to call the Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).

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smooth_talker

Come on, you’ve got a lot of low lifes living around the 31-36 14 Street area, amazing that developers are building luxury housing around there.

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