NYPD Searching for Suspects Who Say They Have Been Stalking an MTA Employee


NYPD posted a description and image of a man they claim is stalking a Brooklyn MTA worker.

A 33-year-old MTA employee who works at Parkside Avenue’s subway station in Brooklyn claimed that a man had been there. “intentionally and repeatedly”According to the NYPD press release, they showed up at the station several times between April 3rd & April 11, according To Inside Edition Digital.

The employee says she was so fearful that she took cellphone video of the man and reported him to police, Patch reported.

NYPD released video of the incident. The suspect can be seen pressing his hands against the glass in the booth where the woman works.

According to the report, the woman was not hurt in any of these alleged incidents. WPIX 11.

Police say that the suspect is around 40 years of age and 6′ 2″ tall. He is being sought for stalking suspicions.

Police said that he has short black hair, brown eyes and was last seen wearing dark clothes and a winter hat.

Anyone with any information is asked for tips to Crime Stoppers (800 577-TIPS (8477), visit crimestoppers.nypdonline.orgYou can download the NYPD Crime Stoppers app or text 274637 (CRIMES), then enter TIP577. Spanish-speaking callers can dial 1-888-57%-PISTA (747782).