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Police: Man Exposed Himself to Worker at 61st Street Station

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Jan. 16, 2015 Staff Report

A man exposed himself to a 22-year-old woman who was working at a store inside a Woodside subway station, police said.

The employee was working in the mezzanine area of the 61st Street and Woodside Avenue station at about 1 p.m. on Jan. 3 when the suspect entered the business. He then exposed himself to the woman, police said.

The suspect fled when a customer entered the store.

Police have released video footage of the suspect. They describe him as black, 25 to 30 years old and 6 feet tall with a thin build.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 800-577-TIPS (8477).

 

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rikki

the only fair punishment keep him in jail ill he can read the NY Times in front of a parole board, that might take 5 or 50 years his choice

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clunky

Again at the 61st street and Woodside??? Why this keeps happening in this station is a big red flag. Just like when that guy who was even WORKING there started being inappropriate and it got him fired for being a pervert in that station. I guess we can’t expect our neighbors to tell these jerks to just knock it off and do stuff at home instead. These knuckleheads pull this crap in Woodside because they know the neighbors around here couldn’t find a moral compass if it bit them on their you-know-what. But what do I know, right? Let’s just pretend that this an isolated incident and Woodside residents are still being good neighbors.

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Craic Dealer

I seriously think its Mr. Park. I call him that because when getting of the 52nd Lincoln stop there’s this homeless black guy that is always sitting on the steps smoking a hand rolled cig. He has a broom and dustpan with him and cleans the John Vincent Daniels Jr. park… Formerly know as rat park.

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