The NYPD on Wednesday released new video of the woman sought for shoving a 54-year-old woman onto elevated Bronx subway tracks.
The footage shows the woman, still wearing the bright yellow pants she had on when she allegedly pushed Rosa Galeas onto the tracks at the 174th Street station, inside and outside a small store wearing a mask and carrying a large pocketbook.
The subway shoving suspect seen leaving the station in the Bronx.NYPD
The unprovoked attack on Tuesday left Galeas bruised and frightened, she told The Post.
“I started to panic when I looked up and saw the next train was coming,” she said hours after the attack. “I became desperate to get out. I started screaming, ‘help me, help me.’”
A good Samaritan pulled Galeas to safety.
The NYPD on Tuesday released still images from the video in an attempt to identify and arrest the suspect.
Rosa Galeas was pushed onto the subway tracks of the #2 and #5 line at the 174th Street subway stop near Southern Boulevard.Gregory P. Mango for NY Post
The shoving incident was among a recent rash of transit assaults in the Big Apple that has included five subway slashings and an attack on an MTA bus driver.
Police are asking anyone who has information about the suspect to contact them at @NYPDTips or 1-800-577-TIPS.
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