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Man groped 12-year-old boy on N-Train, police say

alleged groper

April 30, 2015 By Michael Florio

The police are searching for man who allegedly groped a 12-year-old boy on the N-train last week in Astoria.

The boy was on the train approaching the 36th Avenue subway station when the alleged groper grabbed his genital area last Thursday (April 23) at about 3:50 pm

The suspect was described as a white male, with a full beard, spider tattoo on his left hand and a silver stud piercing just below his right eye.

He was last seen wearing black sunglasses, a red hooded sweatshirt, gray jeans, black boots and a Mets baseball hat.

Police are asking anyone with any information to call 1-800-577-TIPS.


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Astoria Homeowners do not rent to HIPSTER SCUM and MIDWESTERN WHITEBREADS. Thank you. They are ruining, (RUNIED) the entire neighborhood.

Randy Super

A disgrace to all of us Mets fans, why doesn’t he just grope himself like a normal person?


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