Late Thursday night, cops released new shots of the man suspected to be the attacker from the .
The clip is in color and depicts the suspect, a Hispanic man who is believed to be in his 40s, walking on Fourth Avenue and then down into the Prospect Avenue R train subway station on the Manhattan and Queens-bound side.
Cops described the suspect as standing approximately 5-foot-4 and weighing about 140 pounds. The shots were taken from a surveillance video that caught the subject walking to the subway after the alledged attack.
The surveillance clip shows a man wearing a blue and white baseball cap, a green jacket over a red hoodie, white camouflage pants and carrying a shoulder bag.
According to police, the man is suspected of groping a 22-year-old woman at around 5:05 a.m. after approaching her from behind on 16th Street.
Witnesses told police that the man touched the woman’s "front midsection." She screamed and he fled.
On Thursday morning, police .
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