Staten Island man found dead with ‘I touch little girls’ written on his chest

Staten Island man, 80, found dead with words ‘I touch little girls’ scribbled on his chest

  • Police discovered 80-year-old Robert Raynor in the second-floor hallway of a Tompkinsville multi-family home Monday morning.
  • Raynor had “I touch little girls” written on his chest in black ink and “I take dolls in my room for girls age 1-5” on his stomach
  • He was found shirtless and lying face up, with cuts to his forehead and two black eyes and a cut to his nose.
  • The cause of death has yet to be determined and police say they do not know whether it was intentional or an accident
  • Raynor had 24 previous arrests to his name but no record of pedophilia and his name does not appear on the state’s online registry of known sex offenders
  • The NYPD’s homicide division investigates and the city’s coroner determines the cause of death.

A Staten Island man was found dead in his home with the disturbing message “I touch little girls” written on his chest, as well as several other injuries.

Police discovered 80-year-old Robert Raynor in the second-floor hallway of a Tompkinsville multi-family home Monday morning.

The New York Post reported that Raynor had written “I touch little girls” in black ink on his chest, as well as “I take dolls in my room for girls aged 1-5” on his stomach.

Police discovered 80-year-old Robert Raynor in the first-floor hallway of a Tompkinsville multi-family home Monday morning (pictured)

The words “I touch” were written on his right foot, the Post reported.

The 80-year-old was found shirtless and lying face up, with cuts to his forehead and two black eyes.

SIlive.com reported that he also had an injury to his nose, but police have not confirmed whether the injuries are the result of an attack or if they are incurred in an accident, such as a fall.

The disturbing allegation found on Raynor’s chest does not appear to be supported by the 80-year-old’s comprehensive report.

The Post reports that he already has 24 arrests to his name, but no report of pedophilia and his name does not appear on the state’s online register of known sex offenders.

Only four of his two dozen arrests were unsealed, including two assaults on a girlfriend in 1987, a third assault in 1992 and drug possession in 1996, the Post reported.

The NYPD’s homicide division investigates and the city’s coroner determines the cause of death.

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