Manhattan police searching for suspect accused of groping 3 women

The NYPD, issued a call on Thursday for the apprehension of a serial offender involved in at least three instances of inappropriate touching of women throughout the city. This announcement follows the previous day’s disclosure about a distinct serial perpetrator responsible for a series of similar assaults.

The suspect, described as a salt-and-pepper bearded individual, initiated his spree on Oct. 15. His first reported incident involved approaching a 19-year-old woman walking near Bryant Park. At around 9:30 a.m., he allegedly grabbed her buttocks on West 40th Street and Fifth Avenue, making a swift escape towards Sixth Avenue afterward.

On Oct. 28, the same perpetrator allegedly targeted another victim inside the West 34th Street-Herald Square subway station. Around 6:45 p.m., he reportedly fondled the woman’s buttocks before fleeing the scene.

In a final disturbing incident on Nov. 1, the serial offender approached a 39-year-old woman inside the Regal Union Square Movie Theater just after 2 p.m. and touched her buttocks before swiftly leaving the area, as per the police statement.

A photo of the suspect was released by the NYPD on Thursday in the hopes of aiding his identification and capture.


Notably, this individual is not the sole serial groper at large in the Big Apple. On Wednesday, the police identified another suspect, 37-year-old Feliks Kabiev, wanted for allegedly groping three women in separate incidents across Manhattan.

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