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NYPD: Woman groped on the corner of 29th Street and Astoria Blvd

Astoria Blvd/29th Street (Google)

Oct. 16, 2017 By Tara Law

A 22-year-old woman was groped near the corner of Astoria Boulevard and 29th Street last week, according to police.

The victim was waiting for a friend at around 8 pm Tuesday, Oct. 10, when a man came up from behind, wrapped his arms around her and touched her breasts, police said.

As the victim tried to walk away, he grabbed her groin through her clothes. The victim began to scream and the assailant fled.

The woman was taken to an area hospital, but the police did not state whether she had any injuries.

No description of the suspect has been released. The investigation is ongoing.

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jana

I do not know what you mean. If you know anything about this case call crime stoppers. you can remain anonymous.

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