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Man Gropes 17-Year-Old at 74th Street/Roosevelt Avenue Station: NYPD

June 20, 2020 By Christian Murray

The police have released a photo of a man who allegedly groped a 17-year-old female at the 74th Street/Roosevelt Avenue subway station earlier this week.

The suspect, according to police, grabbed the breast of the 17-year-old at around noon Thursday while she was on an escalator descending from the mezzanine level of the 7 train.

The man fled the location and the teenager was uninjured.

Anyone with information as to the identity of the suspect is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).

The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the CrimeStoppers website at WWW.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.COM, on Twitter @ NYPDTips.

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Elise

I have not been able to take my poodle Otis to the dog park for months. Otis has been sad because he has been unable to set his friends. I have contacted Rick Duro of the United Dogs of SUNNYSIDE over and over and he just refuses to answer! Can someone please help Otis and me.

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Gia

Was the pic taken on the subway platform? I thought you needed a mask to get on the subway.

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Support your local police

I’ll bet this creep would just love to see the NYPD defunded.

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#dumpdeblasio

Yup we don’t need the police !
I hope these incidents hit home for those who want to defund the police

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Mike T

Support- After 20 years of service, a retired Police Officer will receive: Estimated earnings of $46,000 per year, comprised of 50 % of salary, longevity, night shift differential, overtime and an annual $12,000 payment from a Variable Supplement Fund. Tax payers do more than their share. Probably above and beyond.

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