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The death of an 80-year-old man Robert Raynor from Staten Island found with the phrase “I touch little girls” on his chest has been classified as murder.
Robert Raynor suffered head and torso trauma, the medical examiner found, and had “I touch little girls” written on his chest, reports said. https://t.co/0rmDDIHNL4
— New York City Patch (@NYC_Patch) July 21, 2021
Robert Raynor body was found Monday morning in the hallway of his Tompkinsville home
Robert Raynor, whose body was found Monday morning in the hallway of his Tompkinsville home, was killed by blunt trauma to the head and torso, according to a spokesman for the chief medical officer’s municipal office.
The police have yet to publicly identify a suspect or a motive for the death.
The eighty-year-old’s body was discovered in the hallway of his building on Corson Avenue near Ely Street at around 9:30 a.m. Monday by an upstairs neighbor who said he had heard the sounds of an apparent fight hours earlier.
Raynor only wore pants that came down below his waist, neighbor Isaac Williams told the Post.
On Raynor’s chest, the words “I touch little girls” were written in what appeared to be a black marker, according to Williams and the authorities.
According to police sources, two other phrases were also found on his body: “I put dolls in my room for girls aged 1-5” on his stomach and “I touch” on his right foot.
While Raynor recorded 24 arrests, none appeared to be related to pedophilia, sources said.
His name does not appear on the state’s online registry of known sex offenders.
Police officers said Raynor had cuts on his forehead and two black eyes, while Williams described obvious injuries to his nose.