MTA Police Hunt Man Who Attacked, Kidnapped Woman Near LIRR Station

The attack happened in the Ronkonkoma train station last Sunday.

Monday, Mar 12, 2012  |  Updated 8:01 AM EDT
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Metropolitan Transit Authority police are looking to find a man witnesses say assaulted and abducted a woman at the LIRR station in Ronkonkoma on the morning of Sunday, March 4.

Metropolitan Transit Authority police are looking to find a man witnesses say assaulted and abducted a woman at the LIRR station in Ronkonkoma on the morning of Sunday, March 4.

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Metropolitan Transit Authority police are looking to find a man witnesses say assaulted and abducted a woman at the LIRR station in Ronkonkoma on the morning of Sunday, March 4.

The attack is seen in a disturbing surveillance video released by the MTA, which shows the suspect knocking down a woman after she exited the train.
 
The two then exchanged words inside a shop before he forced her to leave.
 
As they went back outside, he knocked her down again and dragged her off camera.
 
Witnesses told the MTA police that, off-camera, the man placed the victim over his shoulder and threw her in the back seat of a car against her will.
 
The suspect then drove away in a light silver four-door Nissan Altima in the direction of the Long Island Expressway.
 
The suspect is approximately 5 feet 9 inches or 5 feet 10 inches tall, and between the ages of 25 and 30 years old.
 
He was last seen wearing a black leather jacket, blue jeans and sneakers.
 
 
 

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