Brooklyn, NY

NYPD Is Looking For A Suspect Who Violently Dragged And Tortured a Woman

Abdul Ghani

The NYPD is looking for a suspect after they claim he dragged a woman in Brooklyn to a nearby driveway and tortured her.
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The suspect dragged a woman to a nearby driveway and forcefully raped her there. Around three in the morning on Saturday, the event took place in South Slope around 27th St. and 5th Ave. Police said that the suspect approached the 49-year-old victim as she was walking and struck up a discussion with her.

After forcing the victim to the ground, the male allegedly threatened her before dragging her into a nearby driveway where he brutally raped her. She claims that the suspect hit her in the head after she refused to perform more sexual activities on him. He ran away going east on 27th St. and then heading north on 5th Ave.

The Woman Was Transferred To The Hospital

According to authorities, the woman was transferred to a hospital where she was treated for her wounds. The suspect is described as a male with short, dark hair and a medium frame. He wore a black bubble coat, a black shirt, blue jeans, and white sneakers when he was last spotted.

Call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS if you have any information. (8477).

NYPD detained a guy earlier this month who was charged with raping a 21-year-old woman in the staircase of an Upper West Side apartment building.

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