Cops are looking for a man who was caught on camera beating a woman as she stepped out of her LIRR train in Ronkonkoma, New York.
The woman was recorded on camera leaving the train Sunday around 7:40 a.m. So far the police have received no indication of who the suspect or victim is.
As reported by the NY Post:
Cops are hunting this brute that beat down and abducted a woman outside the Long Island Rail Road Ronkonkoma station Sunday morning, in a sickening assault that was caught on video.
The man slugged the woman just after she got off the train at 7:40 a.m., knocking her down. Later, the suspect confronts the woman in the station’s taxi office, drags her outside and strikes her again.
Out of the camera’s view, witnesses told police, the man hoisted the woman over his shoulder, dumped her into the back seat of an old silver Nissan Altima, and drove off towards the Long Island Expressway.
Cops said the suspect is 25 to 30 years old, 5-foot-9 or 5-foot-10, and weighs 185 to 210 pounds.
Anyone who knows either the suspect or victim in the video can call MTA police at (718) 361-2207. The line is open 24/7, and calls can be made anonymously.
We hope that this individual is found and that the victim is safe.
View the accompanying video to see what went down.
SOURCE: NY Post