Stumps are loose on NYC trains; NYPD reports two cases and seeks a subject for masturbating in front of a passenger

The NYPD released images of two suspected of harassing and/or groping female passengers on the New York Subway.

Photo: NYPD/DCPI/Courtesy

Perverts run rampant on the New York Subway this month judging by recent reports of incidents reported by the New York Police Department (NYPD).

The authorities reported this Thursday that in two days, one after the other, two cases were registered in the public transport system of the Big Apple.

The first occurred on June 15 at around 5:37 pm at the 7 Avenue and West 42 Street train station.

In this case, the 47-year-old victim was leaving a 1 train at the Times Square station in Manhattan when the suspect followed her and touched her groin area. Fearful, the woman fled the station.

The man, who was caught on security cameras, was described as 180 pounds, 5’11” tall, dark complexion, slim, brown eyes, and short gray hair.

The next day at about 10:55 am, a 39-year-old woman was riding an A train along Fulton Street and Church Street when she noticed a man masturbated with his penis exposed in front of her.

Before leaving the Chambers station, the victim took a photo of the suspect.

He was identified as black, brown eyes, 180 pounds, 5’5″ tall, with short dark hair and a gray beard.

The NYPD released images of both suspects..

In another case, the NYPD reported yesterday that Rashad Rogers, 30, was accused of sexual abuse and forced contact for kissing a female passenger on the lips on a 1 train at West 34th Street and 7th Avenue.

The incident occurred on June 14, at about 9:15 p.m.

After the attack, the suspect would have indicated to the victim: “I was wanting to do that; I wish I could have done more.”

If you have information to help stop suspected perverts, you can contact the Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477); or in Spanish at 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).

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