Cops are hunting for a man who attacked and possibly abducted a woman last week at a Long Island Rail Road station, new security footage released on Saturday shows.
The disturbing video shows a man in a black jacket throwing haymakers at the woman as soon as she gets off a train at the Ronkonkoma Station, knocking her down, according to a Metropolitan Transportation Authority press release.
The two exchange words inside a nearby shop before the man forces her to leave at about 7:40 a.m. on March 4. The footage shows the man waving his hands around before he grabbed his victim by the hair and pulled her off screen.
That's when he allegedly threw her over his shoulder, stuffed her inside a Nissan Altima and drove off toward the Long Island Expressway, the New York Post reported.
The suspect is described as 25 to 30 years old, 5-foot-10, and 185 to 200 pounds. Anyone who knows either the suspect or the victim in the video should call MTA police at (718) 361-2207.
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