Police: 63-Year-Old Man Assaulted Girl on Green Line Metro Train

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    Metro police need your help finding a man accused of groping a teenage girl on a Green Line train. An arrest warrant has been issued for 63-year old Edward Terry. The incident happened at the Prince George's Plaza Station in August. News4 transportation reporter Adam Tuss has the latest and reaction from riders. (Published Friday, Sep 13, 2013)

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    Metro police say a teenage girl was touched inappropriately by a 63-year-old man aboard a Green Line train in Prince George's County in August.

    They have issued a warrant for Edward Terry, 63, on suspicion of fourth-degree sexual assault.

    A Metro spokesman said the girl was on the train early in the afternoon of Aug. 16 when the assault occurred. She ran off the train at the Prince George's Plaza stop looking for police.

    They did not release the victim's age but said she was a minor.

    Terry is known to hang out between the Fort Totten and Greenbelt stations, according to transportation reporter Adam Tuss.

    Metro Transit police urges anyone with information about Terry to contact Metro Transit Police Detectives at (202) 962-2121.