NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police are asking for the public’s help tracking down a man who allegedly assaulted a woman on the L train last month.
According to police, the suspect and a 54-year-old woman began arguing on the train on July 26. When the train was stopped at the Lorimer Street station in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, the man followed the woman into a different car, rammed her head against a metal pole and threw her to the floor, police said. The suspect then fled.
The woman suffered a bruise to her arm and swelling to her head, police said.
Police have released a surveillance image of the suspect. He is described as Hispanic, approximately 30 years old and having a light complexion.
Authorities are asking anyone with information about the incident to call Crime Stoppers at 800-577-8477 or to submit a tip online at NYPDCrimeStoppers.com.
You May Also Be Interested In These Stories
- Police Search For Duo Who Attacked Woman In Front Of Her Kids
- De Blasio Calls Steam Burn Deaths Of Bronx Toddlers ‘Freak Accident,’ Vows ‘Rigorous’ Investigation
- Hunter College Students Conduct Study To See If Chivalry Is Dead On The Subway
- Crowds Gather At Jackie Robinson Park For Glimpse Of Deer Hanging Out In Harlem