It seems surprisingly easy to escape NYPD custody, based on the number of times it's happened of late—yet another cuffed suspect fled cops in Manhattan yesterday evening. He's since been caught, but he's the seventh suspect to escape custody in six months, so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.

The incident happened at around 7:30 p.m. yesterday, after Magsayo Cruz, 20, was cuffed after allegedly shoplifting from a Gap store in Tribeca. He was put in the back of a cruiser, but managed to flee down Franklin Street, eventually running into the 1 train station on Franklin Street and West Broadway.

Police searched for him, shutting down 1 trains between 14th Street and South Ferry and 2,3 trains between 14th and Wall Streets in the process.

Cruz was eventually found at a Sunset Park homeless shelter for runaway youth, and has since been charged with petit larceny and escape.

Earlier this year, handcuffed attempted murder suspect Tareek Arnold escaped police custody in Harlem, and was on the lam for a full month before he was finally caught. Another suspect slipped out of her cuffs while at a hospital in Lower Manhattan in August, and yet another prisoner escaped police custody in cuffs in East New York in October—Commissioner Bratton called that incident "an embarrassment."