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A suspect in the death of Sunando Sen has been arrested.
The 46-year-old man was tragically killed as he waited for the No. 7 train to arrive in the elevated Queens station. As we previously reported, the suspect was described as a woman in her 20’s, Hispanic and heavy set, noted as talking to herself and sitting alone before pushing Sen to his death around 8 p.m. Thursday.
Sen was identified Friday morning.
New York Post reports that a suspect is in custody in conjunction with the murder.
Although her identity has not yet been released, the NYPD has informed the public that she was picked up wearing the same jacket as revealed in the surveillance video. She reportedly made statements implicating herself in the fatal train shoving.
The unidentified woman was spotted and arrested on the corner of Empire Boulevard and Bedford Avenue in Brooklyn.
Sen’s roommate, Ar Suman, described him as “nice and quiet and very good person…Seven days a week he worked. He wanted to be his own boss.”
Sen’s death marks the second death at a New York train station in December.