The NYPD has asked the public for help in identifying a man who allegedly fondled himself in front of a woman on a Queens subway train.
Riders of the No. 7 train will need to plan for a detour this weekend, and for the next four weekends to come.
Service on the 7 Train between Manhattan and Queens was suspended Saturday morning, following a power outage.
Service changes on multiple subway lines might make your weekend commute a little more complicated.
Andres Lara, 25, was charged with forcible touching in connection with Wednesday’s incident.
Police said they were searching for one suspect who exposed himself, and another who groped a woman, in separate incidents Wednesday in the Queens part of the subway system.
Queens residents will have to find another way to get around, as the Metropolitan Transportation Authority begins scheduled service disruptions on the 7 Subway line.
There will be no service on the 7 line between Queensboro Plaza and Times Square from 11:45 p.m. on Friday through 5 a.m. Monday.
No 7 trains will run between Times Square and Queensboro Plaza for the next 11 weekends, starting this Saturday, because of track and signal work.
There will be no 7 train service between Times Square and Queensboro Plaza from May 20-23. There will also be similar service changes on the weekends of June 24-27 and July 29-August 1.
If you planned on taking the 7 train this weekend, you may want to tweak your plans and find another way to get around.