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Police Looking For Alleged Pervert Who Grabbed Woman on Steinway Street

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Sept. 7, 2020 By Christian Murray

The police are looking for an alleged pervert who grabbed the breasts of a woman on Steinway Street on Saturday.

The suspect allegedly approached the victim from behind in the vicinity of 30-93 Steinway St. at around 7:05 p.m. Saturday and began harassing her, according to police.

The victim waited for the suspect to pass by and began to record him. The suspect then approached the woman and grabbed both her breasts and then walked off. The victim screamed.

The suspect is described as being between 30-35 years old, about 5 feet 9 inches tall and sporting a high and tight hair style with a short ponytail in the back.  The man was wearing a beige button -down shirt, dark trousers, black sneakers and a brown leather satchel.

The police released video of the man.

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

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Gloria

North Western Queens and many other places in in NYC is all about no eye contact and mind your own business, a city in fear.

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Sunny

Not one single man around to prevent him from doing his thing or chasing after him? I guess male masculinity has been attacked relentlessly by the left until it died long time ago in nyc.

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Guest

Sunny, why don’t you patrol Steinway and do thst yourself.
This is all allegations, and it’s always his word against hers unless there were unrelated eye witnesses or proof in video. It’s messed up but that’s the fact.

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Sean Hannity

Thank you for injecting your own idiocy about a TV station that has nothing to do with that comment or this thread. There are medications now for that type of pathological thinking. Your welcome.

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Santiago

So when they say NYC is becoming like the 80’s and 90’s , I’m assuming they meant AD !! Smh

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Jason

So many perverts in Astoria. I have experienced the harassment and cat calling first hand from men.

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I miss Giuliani

Expect more of this. Criminals are allowed to run rampant these days. Thank you Dumblazio, AOC, Cuomo and the rest of the bleeding heart liberals who voted for them.

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Sunnyside Gardener

Besides this comment just being dumb and wrong, NYS is blue. If you don’t like liberals off to another state PLEASE. Seriously this extreme right/left sentiment has to stop.

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arvin

Another waste of time. What are the consequences for his actions? A desk appearance ticket? This is the new normal in NYC. Women are afraid to walk alone at night here in Sunnyside and that is the truth.

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Sunnyside Gardener

Oh boy that’s pretty close to an open carry argument. Get ready for some radical responses!

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