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Police Release Photo of Man Wanted For Grabbing Woman’s Buttocks at Union Turnpike Station

Suspect (Photo: NYPD) and Google

Feb. 15, 2019 By Christian Murray

Police released a photo yesterday of a man wanted for grabbing a woman’s buttocks while the victim was exiting the Union Turnpike subway station last month.

The victim was leaving the station at around 10:10 pm on Wednesday, Jan. 16, when the suspect allegedly approached her from behind and inappropriately touched her, according to police.

The suspect is described as black, between 25 and 30 years old, 5 feet 6 inches tall and around 140 pounds. He was wearing a gray hoody and gray pants.

Anyone with information on the case should contact the Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-577-8477, or text CRIMES and then enter TIP577, or visit

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If only some large business would open up in Queens and the billions in revenue could be taxed and the proceeds used for additional police presence, infrastructure maintenance, education and healthcare… Oh wait; there was but our wonderful elected officials thought it was a bad idea.


Trump is not the problem. The loss of Amazon is the problem. Diblasio and Ocasio-Cortez regressive economic policies are the problem. Poor educational system is the problem, etc.


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