The video shows the suspect just before an incident on Bradhurst Avenue in Hamilton Heights early Tuesday morning. It was the third of 15 attacks, police said.
Police say Brian Freeman, 28, of East 188th Street in the Bronx, is the man seen on surveillance video kicking the dog.
It happened at the Wagner Houses on East 120th Street around 11:30 a.m. on Aug. 26.
Police are hoping surveillance video will help catch a man who investigators said beat and sexually assaulted an employee of the Body Work massage parlor.
On Wednesday at 4:45 p.m., a man followed a nine-year-old boy into his apartment building, police said. He allegedly threw the boy into the wall, took away his money and fled the scene on a bicycle.
They almost got him. NYPD surveillance video shows that straphangers got extremely close to nabbing an iPhone thief last month.
A Norwalk pet store owner is hoping surveillance video will help track down a man he said brazenly stole an expensive English bulldog puppy from the shop on Monday.
Police said they are now looking for 33-year-old Ryan Beauchamp in the deadly altercation that took place Friday night at the Bedford Avenue station in Brooklyn.
Surveillance video shows the large brown and white rabbit sprawled out on her stomach Wednesday afternoon just moments before being stolen.
Police say two men, one dressed as a woman, tried to rob a pharmacy on Saint Pauls Place just before 9 a.m. Wednesday.
Police are trying to identify a person seen in surveillance video just before a car involved in a hit-and-run days earlier, was set on fire.
Fernando Mateo, spokesman for the Federation of Taxi Drivers, said the incident that left two men seriously injured Monday night stems from a rivalry between legal and illegal livery drivers.
The suspect is responsible for breaking into at least 15 stores in the area of 125th Street and Lenox Avenue in Harlem between early November and December, police said.
It was a surprising twist in a case of stolen Christmas presents. Surveillance cameras caught the thief in action and his change of heart.
Police in New Jersey are investigating a string of burglaries in five Bergen County towns, including four in Leonia, over the course of four days.