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Cops Looking for Couple Who Performed Sex Act on Queens Bus in Front of 13-Year-Old Girl

The NYPD is looking for this couple who allegedly performed a sex act that was witnessed by a 13-year-old girl on a Q58 bus in Ridgewood last month. (NYPD)

Jan. 9, 2023 By Bill Parry

The NYPD is looking for a randy couple who performed a sex act at the back of a Q58 MTA bus last month that a 13-year-old girl inadvertently saw.

Police from the 104th Precinct in Ridgewood are looking for a man and woman who performed a sex act as the youngster sat in a seat across from them that was visible to other riders on the bus near the intersection of Wyckoff Avenue and Myrtle Avenue at 2:40 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 16, according to the NYPD.

The victim and the sleazy twosome all exited the bus at the Palmetto Street and Wyckoff Avenue stop and the perps departed in an unknown direction. There was no interaction between the girl and the suspects, police said.

On Jan. 7, the NYPD released surveillance video of the couple that shows them as they exited the bus.

Police say the man has a light complexion, medium build, brown hair and facial hair. He was last seen wearing a black winter jacket with a hood and black pants.

The woman is described as having a light complexion, medium build and black hair. She was last seen wearing a black face mask, a black jacket, a black and white striped shirt and blue pants. She was seen carrying a brown handbag and a yellow scarf.

Anyone with information is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 800-577-TIPS.

This story originally appeared on QNS.com

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