Grandaisy Bakery on 72nd St., UWS - NY
Wednesday August 1st, 2:00 pm at 72nd St. in front of Grandaisy Bakery and again in the subway station. The caregiver was a short African-American woman of about 40 years. The girl she had with her had a physical disability, was also African-American, clothed well in a dress with roman sandals. The girl looked to be about 14-16 years. Here is what I saw: it was raining, the caregiver stood under the awning of Grandaisy while she read a book. The girls legs were shaking and she was obviously distressed but was being ignored. By the time I walked outside they were gone but I saw them again in the subway station. The girl was standing by the handicap door waiting to go in, pacing and uncomfortable, but the caregiver ignored her, leaned against the gate and continued to read. This time I went over and acted like I thought I knew the girl. I said "are you her mom?" and what I found out was the moms name is either Evan or Evalynn and they live in the Bronx. I hope you find this post!!! Thanks.
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