Another woman reportedly groped in Princeton by a Hispanic male, police say

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PRINCETON, NJ – Another woman in Princeton has been groped and police are unsure whether or not the incident is related to a prior groping incident here.

On 11/23/2021 at 6:14 pm, the Princeton Police Department was dispatched to the area of Moore Street and Park Place for a report of criminal sexual contact.

The victim stated she was walking south on Moore Street and crossed Park Place. While she was on the sidewalk on the southwest comer of the intersection of Moore Street and Park Place, the suspect approached her from behind and grabbed her buttocks.

The suspect then ran west on Park Place. The victim described the suspect as a Hispanic male, possibly in his 30s, 5’04” tall with a medium to slightly heavy build wearing a dark-colored beanie style winter hat, a white surgical mask and a navy blue jacket. It is unknown if this incident is related to the prior criminal sexual contacts that occurred in the past.

At this time, there is no additional information available. When more information is available, ,ve ,vill put out an additional press release.

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