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Chilling moment teen dragged down hallway in attempted 'sexual assault'

Yahoo News Staff
·2-min read

Police are on the hunt for a man who allegedly forced a 14-year-old girl to the ground after exposing himself to her in a doctor’s office.

The New York Police Department released the horrific footage of the man and the incident, in the hope of identifying him.

The incident happened on Sunday at around 1pm, after the teenage victim had ridden her scooter to the doctor’s office on Foster Street in Brooklyn, arriving before her mother.

The man police are searching for is pictured above along with a still of the incident. Source: PIX11 News/NYPD
A man allegedly exposed himself to a teenage girl and held her down in a doctor's office. Source: PIX11 News/NYPD

According to the New York Post, the girl was standing in the hallway of the cardiologist’s office waiting for her mother to arrive when the stranger approached her.

In the video released by the police to New York media, the man is seen walking through the entrance hall of the surgery.

The man then approached the girl and allegedly exposed himself, PIX11 News reported.

Then, the unidentified man grabbed the girl as she tried to run away and knocked her to the ground in the hallway of the office, covered her mouth and told her to “shut up” and stop screaming.

In the video the man is seen dragging the girl through the hallway and then knocking her to the ground.

The girl was not physically injured in the attack and she resisted until the man let her go and fled on a moped.

The man is dressed in all black, wearing a beanie and a blue surgical mask, carrying a backpack.

Police are still searching for the man in the video.

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