This Creep has Been Forcibly Touching Women on the Lower East Side

Posted on: May 4th, 2017 at 5:17 am by

The NYPD is seeking the public’s help in catching a man suspected in connection to a criminal pattern of groping women on around the Lower East Side.

Two of the incidents transpired within the confines of the 7th Precinct.

Brooklyn resident Victor Colon, 60, allegedly approached females on three separate occasions and inappropriately grabbed them. Two of said incidents transpired within the confines of the 7th Precinct. The perp forcibly touched women at Delancey and Attorney Streets, outside 71 Clinton Street, and 1st Avenue and 16th Street.

Colon is a black Hispanic man standing six foot, and weighing 200 lbs.

None of the victims were hurt in the incidents.

71 Clinton Street

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