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Police search for man who allegedly grabbed woman’s buttocks on the N train

Suspect (NYPD)

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Sept. 23, 2015 Staff Report

Police are looking for a man who allegedly grabbed the buttocks of a woman on the N train last week.

The man stood behind the 35-year-old victim last Friday on a Queens bound N train and rubbed his hand across her buttocks, according to police.

The woman then confronted the suspect, who grabbed her buttocks again before fleeing the train when it pulled into the Broadway and 31st Street subway station at approximately 6 pm.

The suspect is described as a male, white, approximately 30 to 35 years old. He is 6’ to 6’2”, blue eyes, glasses, and stocky build. He was last seen wearing a black knit hat, a green shirt, blue jeans and carrying a backpack.

The victim was able to snap two photos of the suspect.

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

Suspect (NYPD)

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RF

I think I walked past this guy near Key Foods on 30th st this weekend. Looked like he was starting to grow a mustache.

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Townie Magic 8 Ball

IF THIS HIPSTER SO MUCH AS LAYS EYES ON MY WIFE’S TRAMP STAMPED MUFFIN TOP I WOULD REENACT THAT SCENE FROM GOODFELLAS ON HIM. WHICH ONE? ALL OF THEM.

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Here Before It Was Cool

Ladies, stay safe out there. Glad the victim was able to get a good picture, but be careful when taking pictures like that. If he’s crazy enough to grab your butt, he’s crazy enough to beat you up for taking a picture.

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