Authorities seek information about forcible toucher

Police seek N train groper

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Cops are trying to track down a creep who groped a 17-year-old girl’s backside at the Eighth Avenue N stop on March 23.

The victim told police she was walking into the station at 62nd Street and Eighth Avenue at 10 past midnight when the fiend came up behind her and grabbed her rump. The deviant then ran down the stairs and jumped on the arriving train.

The perv is reportedly roughly 5-feet-8, about 30-years-old, and 160 pounds. He was wearing a blue denim vest, green hoodie, and green sneakers at the time of the crime.

Police ask that anyone with information about the molester call (800) 577–TIPS, or by texting the lead to 274637, then entering TIP577. Informants can tip the cops off by logging into All tips are confidential.

Reach reporter Will Bredderman at or by calling (718) 260-4507. Follow him at
Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

diehipster from no no no says:
It absolutely was not me. I don't even take the N train at that time. I'm shorter and fatter than this guy. It wasn't me I tell you!
April 2, 2014, 3:20 pm
diehipster from N train says:
Ok, it was me. But, I'm not going quietly. Most cops just end up letting me go after 10 minutes in the car with me anyway.
April 4, 2014, 2:44 pm

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