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68-Year-Old Woman Randomly Punched in the Head at Forest Hills Subway Station: NYPD

The suspect and 71-Continental Ave. station entrance (Photos: NYPD and Google Maps)

June 7, 2022 By Michael Dorgan

Police released images Friday of a man wanted for randomly punching a 68-year-old woman in the head at a Forest Hills subway station in April.

The suspect allegedly slugged the woman in the back of the head as she got off a train inside the Forest Hills-71 Avenue train station on April 2 at around 5:50 p.m., according to police.

The perpetrator allegedly hit the woman for no reason as she walked towards a platform staircase inside the station. He then fled the station to parts unknown, police said.

The victim was transported to New York-Presbyterian Hospital Queens in stable condition, police said

Police released three images of the man wanted for questioning. The photos show the suspect wearing a black colored hoody and gray pants.

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). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the CrimeStoppers website at

Images of the suspect wanted for randomly punching a 68-year-old woman in the head at a Forest Hills subway station in April (Photos: NYPD)

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Dr. Ira Birnbaum

White Supremacists running rampant around NYC randomly attacking everyone!
Perhaps the Politicians should focus on crime and mental health instead of false racial issues and pandering for votes.

Ben Weissman

Another White Supremacist strikes again! Be careful out there these guys are the biggest threat to society!

Edna Garrett

This is the same neighborhood that held protests against the police and marches to “defund” the police but now cry for more police. Comedy.

Dumbocrats & Lying Liberals.

Is this a joke? More police? What happened to all the holier than though “YT” people marching down Austin Street and occupying 112pct chanting “DEFUND!” and abolish police? Enjoy your lawlessness and absentee guidance counselors / social workers.


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