Police: Man wanted for forcibly touching teen in Great Neck

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Police say a man is wanted for allegedly forcibly touching a teen in Great Neck on May 18.

According to detectives, an unknown male suspect approached a 15-year-old female while she was waiting in front of her home for her parents to arrive.  

The male suspect, who detectives say was mowing the lawn, was adjacent to the victim's home. According to police, the suspect then walked over to the victim and began speaking to her and said his name was 'Jose.'

The male suspect then began to forcibly touch the victim, when she said stop, he left the scene on foot.

The suspect is described as a male Hispanic approximately 40 years old, 5 feet 6 inches, 160 lbs, wearing a blue shirt, jeans and a New York Rangers baseball cap.

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