Police in New York are hunting for a man who attacked and possibly abducted a woman outside a Long Island Rail Road station last week in a violent assault that was all caught on surveillance video.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority said the attack occurred at approximately 7:40 a.m. at the Ronkonkoma Station March 4.
Surveillance video shows the man first knocking the woman down after she exited a train. The two exchange words inside a nearby shop before he forces her to leave, knocking her down again when they get outside and dragging her off camera.
Witnesses said the man then placed her over his shoulder and put her into the backseat of his Nissan Altima against her will before driving off in the direction of the Long Island Expressway, the New York Post reported.
The MTA released the footage in the hope of eliciting the public's help in finding the suspect. Police said he is a black male, 25 to 30 years old, 5-foot-9 to 5-foot-10 and approximately 185 to 210 pounds.