Police Search For Attempted Rape Suspect In Queens

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The NYPD released a sketch of the suspect of a Queens attempted rape case.

They said that at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, the man followed a woman into a building near 141st Avenue in Springfield Gardens, where he grabbed her rear, threw her to the ground, pulled her pants to her knees, and attempted to rape her.

The attacker fled when a neighbor opened an apartment door. He is described as a Black man around 18 to 23-years-old, standing at 5’5″ and wearing a black jacket, blue jeans, and a dark-colored North Face backpack.

If you have information your asked to call police.


One Comment

  1. The Old White Guy says:

    It’s too bad race has to enter into things like this. This crime is not about black people it’s about a sick, weak, worthless person. Criminals, by the way, come in all shapes, sizes, colors and social levels. Can’t we keep race out of it and just catch this punk?

    1. Concerned mom says:

      I agree! The words BLACK MAN are solely for identification purposes. Black or white, Criminals must pay for their actions! The only way to press charges is to ID the culprits.

  2. Wally says:

    what a pig

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