Police search for man accused of groping woman near Irvington bus terminal

Police are warning women to be on the lookout for a man accused of groping a woman near Irvington's main bus terminal.



Police say that the man approached a woman in her 20s from behind near Myrtle and Springfield avenues on Jan. 25 and grabbed her inappropriately. The woman tried to get a way, but the man is said to have come back and did it again.



The woman screamed, and police say the man ran away.



Surveillance video shows a man matching the suspect's description near the scene of the crime. Police say he appears to be a 35- to 40-year-old black man with a light complexion. He had brownish-gold-colored dreadlocks, green eyes and a light beard. He is also said to have gold front teeth.



Anyone who may recognize the man or has any information about the incident is asked to call the Irvington Police Department at 973-399-6600.


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