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Man Grabs Woman’s Buttocks Near Steinway Street, Police Release Video of Suspect

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June 6, 2019 By Christian Murray

The police are looking for a man who allegedly grabbed a 24-year-old woman’s buttocks while she was walking along an Astoria street on Sunday.

The suspect approached the victim while she was walking in the vicinity of Steinway Street and Ditmars Boulevard at around 6:03 p.m. before grabbing her buttocks and fleeing, police said.
The victim was not injured.

The suspect is described as being between 25 to 30 years old, about 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighing about 180 pounds. He had a moustache at the time of the incident.
The police have released a photo and video footage of the suspect.

Anyone with information on the case should contact the Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-577-8477, or text CRIMES and then enter TIP577, or visit www.nypdcrimestoppers.com.

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Harry Bingham IV

Yet one more reason to elect Judge Lasak for Queens D.A. in the Democrat primary.

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Is he involved with all the NYPD corruption?

because he’s got a lot of rich friends?

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Harry Bingham IV

Judge Lasak has nothing to do with any NYPD corruption. He has served Queens County honorably as a public servant for over 40 years without a scintilla of scandal. More experience than all of the other candidates combined.

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Caucasian Rascal

Lasak rich friends? If you wanna see rich friends, go over to the elections site and look at the contributors for Katz and Malik. LOL

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James

The Dems are what is screwing up this city, why would we want another one in office.

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Harry Bingham IV

James, at a 6:1 registration advantage, Dems are all you’re ever gonna get in any borough except SI. The only thing left to do now is support the sanest Dems that are running. The elephants have no chance mathematically.

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Pat Macnamara

Steinway and Ditmars on Sunday evening pretty crowded. No one bothered to stop this lowlife? Is it acceptable to assault women in broad daylight? Costa was probably nearby at the Key Food getting his envelope.

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Ellen

Other than taking a picture hardly anyone is going to get involved. Those days are long gone around here.

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Have you been outside lately?

With what? No one is going to protect the people protecting the innocent.

They want us to say something if we see something. They also will jail your ass for seven years if you attack an MTA employee.

What do the good Samaritans get for chasing after a lowlife? A bullet in the belly? A GoFundMe page for your funeral expenses?

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