Two Suspects Assaulted Teen Girl on a Brooklyn Train: NYPD

According to the NYPD, police are attempting to identify two individuals who assaulted a 16-year-old girl on the Brooklyn subway last week using a cellphone video.

According to authorities, the woman was going along Nostrand Avenue to the subway station at 9 p.m. on Feb. 27 when two men hurled water and soda at her. She boarded a No. 2 train at the Newkirk Avenue-Little Haiti stop, and the suspects followed her on, authorities said.

One of the accused then threw water at the victim’s face. According to authorities, the youngster pushed the defendant, who then hit and smacked her. A second suspect then jumped up and kicked the girl in the face, according to police.

The suspects exited the train at the Flatbush Avenue station. There have been no arrests, according to authorities.

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