Police seek teens in random, violent attack on disabled man in Boston
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Police seek teens in random, violent attack on disabled man in Boston

Boston police are asking for the public’s help in identifying four people in connection with multiple random aggravated assaults and unarmed robberies last Friday. Police said the group has attacked multiple people at random in the Mission Hill area, including a man with disabilities. According to a Boston police report, a man was sitting alone outside TGI Friday’s in the city’s Roxbury neighborhood waiting for his mother at about 11:35 a.m. Friday when he was approached by a group of teens who began punching and kicking him.“(The victim) was bleeding from his ear and had dried blood stains on his clothes,” according to a police report. “(The victim) also had large welts on his face and visible shoe impressions on his face and forehead areas.” The victim’s mother, who was in a nearby store at the time of the attack, said her son has a severe learning disability and is unable to defend himself from an attack, according to the police report.The victim was taken to Beth Israel Hospital. The first teen was described by police as light-skinned, wearing a blue and maroon Nike hooded jacket, white hoodie underneath, light-colored pants with a dark “S” on the right leg, a red “M” on the left, and white sneakers.The second teen was described by police as a short, light-skinned with dark curly hair, wearing a dark hoodie and light jeans.The third teen was described by police as light-skinned, wearing a gray hoodie, black pants with rips, and white sneakers with black on the outer parts.The fourth teen was described by police as Black, wearing a black hooded puffer coat, navy hoodie, navy sweatpants and white and gray New Balance sneakers. A juvenile female was also identified and arrested in connection with the attack. She faces a charge of assault and battery on a disabled individual. Police said two other attacks happened that same day just down the street on Alleghany and Pontiac streets. Investigators say a man told police a group of teens demanded his phone, then began punching him. He was able to run away, but said his phone and earbuds were stolen. The third attack happened just after 6 p.m. where a man was confronted by a group of teens wearing masks, but he was able to run away.Anyone with information is asked to contact Boston police at 617-343-4275, or anonymously at CrimeStoppers Tip Line 1-800-494-TIPS or by texting the word ‘TIP’ to CRIME (27463).

Boston police are asking for the public’s help in identifying four people in connection with multiple random aggravated assaults and unarmed robberies last Friday.

Police said the group has attacked multiple people at random in the Mission Hill area, including a man with disabilities.

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According to a Boston police report, a man was sitting alone outside TGI Friday’s in the city’s Roxbury neighborhood waiting for his mother at about 11:35 a.m. Friday when he was approached by a group of teens who began punching and kicking him.

“(The victim) was bleeding from his ear and had dried blood stains on his clothes,” according to a police report. “(The victim) also had large welts on his face and visible shoe impressions on his face and forehead areas.”

The victim’s mother, who was in a nearby store at the time of the attack, said her son has a severe learning disability and is unable to defend himself from an attack, according to the police report.

The victim was taken to Beth Israel Hospital.

The first teen was described by police as light-skinned, wearing a blue and maroon Nike hooded jacket, white hoodie underneath, light-colored pants with a dark “S” on the right leg, a red “M” on the left, and white sneakers.

suspect 1, mission hill attacks

Boston Police Dept.

The second teen was described by police as a short, light-skinned with dark curly hair, wearing a dark hoodie and light jeans.

suspect 2, mission hill attacks

Boston Police Dept.

The third teen was described by police as light-skinned, wearing a gray hoodie, black pants with rips, and white sneakers with black on the outer parts.

suspect 3, mission hill attacks

Boston Police Dept.

The fourth teen was described by police as Black, wearing a black hooded puffer coat, navy hoodie, navy sweatpants and white and gray New Balance sneakers.

suspect 4, mission hill attacks

Boston Police Dept.

A juvenile female was also identified and arrested in connection with the attack. She faces a charge of assault and battery on a disabled individual.

Police said two other attacks happened that same day just down the street on Alleghany and Pontiac streets.

Investigators say a man told police a group of teens demanded his phone, then began punching him. He was able to run away, but said his phone and earbuds were stolen.

The third attack happened just after 6 p.m. where a man was confronted by a group of teens wearing masks, but he was able to run away.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Boston police at 617-343-4275, or anonymously at CrimeStoppers Tip Line 1-800-494-TIPS or by texting the word ‘TIP’ to CRIME (27463).

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