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Teenage Girl Attacked on Delancey Street, Fights Back

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Search dogs were brought to the crime scene, on Forsyth Street, near Rivington.

Search dogs were brought in yesterday to track down a suspect who fled after attacking a young woman on Delancey Street.   It happened around 4 p.m. as a 17-year old girl was walking along Delancey.  According to police, the suspect took her to the back of a building and ripped her jacket off. The Daily News reports the victim kicked the man in the crotch and then escaped.

For a short time yesterday afternoon, police were inside Pacific Aquarium and Pet Store at 46 Delancey.  But the investigation was centered near the intersection of Forsyth and Rivington streets.  A K-9 team went inside 174 Forsyth, a building for hearing impaired residents across from Sara D. Roosevelt Park.  This morning the search continues for the suspect.  See more photos after the jump.



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  1. It would be helpful if a description of the assailant be given so that at least the female population around here can be on the lookout.

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