The 108th Precinct has released surveillance photos in an attempt to locate a man who shoved a woman police officer at a Long Island City subway station on Nov. 14.
The suspect was at the Queensboro Plaza subway station—which provides access to the N, Q, W and 7 trains—when he allegedly jumped the turnstile. The officer stopped the man in the mezzanine for a brief chat that resulted in the suspect pushing her down and fleeing.
The suspect was last seen wearing a red, white and blue winter hat, black leather jacket and blue jeans. He boarded a Queens-bound train before the officer could catch him. The officer was taken to a local hospital with injuries to her back and left hand.
Police said that they are searching for an individual wanted in connection with a robbery that occurred on Nov. 12 in Woodside.
Around 11:10 p.m., the suspect entered a Pizza Hut, located at 51-02 Northern Blvd., and displayed a firearm and demanded money. The individual removed $3,200 from the store’s safe and fled.
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Police said that they are searching for an individual who is wanted in connection with a groping incident on Nov. 6 in Woodside.
Around 6:05 p.m., a 21-year-old woman exited a southbound 7 train at the 52nd Street and Roosevelt Avenue subway station and walked down the stairs to the mezzanine area. An individual grabbed her buttocks and when she turned around to address him, he grabbed and pushed her about the breasts before fleeing the location. The victim refused medical attention at the scene.
The suspect is described as a six-foot Hispanic man who is believed to be in his 30s and weighs approximately 200 pounds. He has a medium complexion, muscular build, brown eyes and is bald. The suspect was last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, white sneakers and blue jeans.