According to CityRoom, police believe the same man is behind seven subway robberies since the beginning of the year. After a woman boarded a southbound A train at 207th Street in Inwood on Sunday afternoon: "A man approached her and demanded her property, the authorities said. When she refused, the man struck her, before making off with her bank card at the Dyckman Street station. The woman was cut on the left cheek and had a black eye." The previous incidents, whose victims were four women and two men (the most recent victim was the first to be hurt), occurred on the 1, B and D lines. The suspect is described as "a black man in his early 20s, 6 feet 1 inch to 6 feet 2 inches tall, with medium build and black hair." Last week, it was reported that a woman was trapped in a high-entrance subway turnstile at a Brooklyn station by a man who threatened and robbed her.