Female MTA worker assaulted at Bronx train stop

Cops are looking for the man who they say attacked a female MTA worker while she was on the job in the Bronx. 



Police released surveillance video of the suspect, who is accused of grabbing the 28-year-old woman from behind in a bear hug, pushing her to the floor and choking her before suddenly running away. 



It happened on the southbound D train platform on East Tremont Avenue in the middle of the afternoon on Dec. 23. 



Investigators say the victim was on duty and in full uniform at the time of the assault, and was treated at the hospital for minor injuries to her head, neck and back. 



Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS. 


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