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BROOKLYN — Authorities launched a search for a man seen on video damaging the MTA’s “tap-and-go” sensors at subway stations in Brooklyn.

Police received reports that between May 31 and June 14, a man entered the Borough Hall No. 5 and Court Street R train subway stations on several separate occasions and struck several OMNY turnstile sensors with an unknown object, according to authorities.

The sensors were damaged as a result.

No injuries were reported occurred as a result of the incidents. 

Parts of the screen were seen flying as the suspect, on a scooter, smashed the sensors.

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