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NYPD: 7-train passenger puts cellphone under woman’s shirt and records

Suspect (NYPD)

Dec. 31, 2016 Staff Report

The police are looking for a man who allegedly held his cellphone under a woman’s shirt on the 7 train earlier this week and started recording.

The 27-year-old victim was standing on the Manhattan-bound 7 train at around 8:15 pm Wednesday when she felt the suspect touch her right leg. She looked down and observed the man holding a cellphone under her shirt and recording, police said.

When the train arrived at the 61 Street and Woodside Avenue subway station the victim exited the train while the suspect remained on board.

The perpetrator has been described as Hispanic, approximately 45-years of age, 5’7″, 175 lbs., light complexion, salt & pepper hair, and last seen blue coat and black shoes.

Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 800-577-TIPS

 

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Pedro Valdez Rivera Jr.

Thank god for the era of mobile technology, where some subway riders have shown some vigilance by filming or taking photos of the crime and/or the suspect in a subway train. Keep in mind that there are no CCTV security cameras in these subway cars.

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High end

I think he’s innocent until proven guilty. Who’s to say the “victim” is not making the story up?

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Anonymous

Gay people are no problem. Its creeps like this guy, who violates an innocent woman. You people are trying to shame this guy by saying he doesn’t look straight, but you are insulting gay folks by associating this creep with the gay community. Get it right this guy is the problem and people like him

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Tootiestooters

He is going to jimmys self defense class for when real men get hold of him
He looks like he is in bliss

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Mac

Lucky7, Johnny and tootiestooters are all one and the same. Nice conversation with yourself loser.

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Mac

Johnny, lucky, tooties, and the rest of your aliases. Not mad just pointing out the phony you are and what lengths a loser like you goes to spread a weak and proven failed ideology. One you obviously don’t have any faith in either.

Mac

Johnny- it’s “you’re very upset” not “your”. Get an education imbecile.

Anonymous

I was going to say the same thing but didnt think it would be posted. He looks like he prefers men

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Anonymous

So you can tell who is heterosexual and who isn’t just by looking at a photograph? I’m guessing your an idiot based on your moniker and comment.

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joe crowley wishes you a happy belated hannukkah

says suspect touched her leg, i think you may have meant skirt? not shirt….
how can you possiblly shoot video under a shirt?

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Anonymous

Hes a stupid looking guy. Probably has no life. Its a shame queens is full of lowlifes like him. A real loser.

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Anonymous

Your comment proves prejudice is alive and well in america. Legitimized and celebrated by the president elect. This guy may be a pervert, but your generalizations say more about you than the suspect.

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Bulimic Panda

If the police would release the video footage he took we’ll have a better chance to catch this pervert. I pray for women and the disabled. I love all of you and cigarettes. Amen.

PS. I want to write a weekly advice column. Amen amen.

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Anonymous

I hope to God he sees his face here and realizes he will carry a shame that lasts his whole life long. It is a crime to steal the privacy of women. It is a filthy shameful crime, whether you are ever caught or not.

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Anonymous

Only idiots think elemental states of the human soul go out of “fashion.” I’m sure you don’t fall for that junk. Poor Mr. Weiner is his own worst enemy.

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charles castro

You sound like a weak liberal. Shame, who gives a crap about shame? His ass should be beat toi a pulp then sent to prison. Sick savages like this have no shame.

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