Police arrested a person accused of threatening to kill three totally different ladies in the event that they did not quit their MetroCards in separate incidents over a two-day span earlier this month.
NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea introduced the arrest on Twitter Sunday, nearly two weeks after the reported incidents at subway stations on Manhattan’s southernmost tip.
The primary case within the sample occurred Nov. 3, when a stranger approached a 32-year-old girl within the mezzanine of the Whitehall Avenue N and R subway station round 10:15 a.m. The suspect grabbed the girl and threatened to kill her if she did not fork over her MetroCard. The girl did. The suspect ran off.
Lower than 24 hours later, throughout Thursday’s early morning rush, the identical suspect approached a 78-year-old girl in the identical space and made the identical menace over her MetroCard. Once more, the suspect took the girl’s MetroCard and fled.
Eight minutes later, he struck once more — concentrating on a 39-year-old girl on the close by Rector Avenue No. 1 prepare station. He acquired away with that girl’s MetroCard, too.
No accidents have been reported in any of the robberies.