Serial Groper on the Loose in Brooklyn, NYPD Releases Surveillance Images

A serial groper has been terrorizing the streets of Brooklyn, targeting young women in a series of disturbing incidents. The suspect, who remains at large, groped four victims, three of them in a single day, according to the New York City Police Department (NYPD).

The first incident occurred on January 20th, around 9:40 p.m., when a 28-year-old woman was walking home from the Avenue M train station in Midwood. The assailant approached her from behind and touched her private area over her clothing before swiftly fleeing towards Ocean Avenue.

The following week, on January 23rd, the suspect struck again, this time targeting three victims within a span of less than two hours. The first victim, a 27-year-old woman, was walking on Homecrest Avenue near Shore Parkway in Sheepshead Bay around 6:45 p.m. when the perpetrator touched her private area and promptly fled north on Homecrest Avenue.

Approximately an hour and a half later, the suspect approached another 27-year-old woman on Avenue P near Jonathan Nigro Place in Gravesend. He touched her chest and swiftly disappeared from the scene. Fifteen minutes after that, he targeted a 26-year-old woman, grabbing her buttocks on East Eighth Street near Quentin Road in Midwood before making his escape.

Fortunately, none of the victims sustained physical injuries during these distressing encounters. The NYPD has described the suspect as having a light complexion and medium build. Surveillance images released by the authorities depict the assailant wearing a tan winter coat with fur on the hood, black jeans, and black sneakers. Another photo, previously released, shows him wearing an orange ski mask, beige jacket, black pants, and black boots.

Residents of Brooklyn are urged to remain vigilant and report any information that may lead to the identification and apprehension of the suspect. The NYPD is actively investigating these incidents and working to ensure the safety of the community.

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4 Responses

  1. “Every woman’s success should be an inspiration to another. We’re strongest when we cheer each other on.” – Serena Williams

    This quote resonates with the post because it highlights the importance of women supporting and empowering each other in the face of adversity. In the context of the serial groper terrorizing the streets of Brooklyn, it is crucial for women to come together, raise awareness, and take necessary precautions to ensure their safety. By supporting and cheering each other on, women can create a united

  2. This is absolutely horrifying and deeply concerning. It’s disheartening to hear about such acts of violence and harassment happening in our communities. It’s crucial for law enforcement to take immediate action to apprehend the perpetrator and ensure the safety of the residents. Additionally, it’s important for everyone to stay vigilant and look out for one another, especially young women who may be more vulnerable to such attacks. Let’s hope that justice is served and that steps are taken to prevent such incidents from happening in the future

  3. 1. Stay aware of your surroundings: It’s crucial to be mindful of your environment at all times. Avoid distractions like using your phone excessively or wearing headphones that may prevent you from hearing approaching footsteps or suspicious activity.

    2. Walk in well-lit areas: Stick to well-lit streets and avoid poorly lit or secluded areas, especially during the evening or night. If possible, try to walk with a friend or in a group as there is safety in numbers.

    3. Trust your instincts: If

  4. I remember reading about a similar incident that happened in my neighborhood a few years ago. It was a terrifying experience for the entire community, especially for women who felt unsafe walking alone.

    I was walking home from work one evening when I noticed a man following me. At first, I tried to brush it off, thinking maybe he was just going in the same direction. But as I turned onto a quieter street, he quickened his pace and got uncomfortably close. I could feel my heart racing,

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