BROOKLYN (PIX11) – A man groped a 14-year-old girl aboard a Brooklyn subway train on Thursday, police said on Saturday.

The victim was standing on the southbound D train around 4:30 p.m. when the suspect groped her as the train entered the 18th Avenue subway station, police said.

The suspect ran out of the train heading toward 19th Avenue and 86th Street, and the teen followed and took a photo of him, authorities said. The victim also tried to stop the suspect but he got away, police said.

The victim declined medical attention at the scene.

Investigators said the man was last seen wearing a neon green t-shirt, a black surgical mask, blue jeans, a brown hooded jacket, and brown work boots with white paint.

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