BOSTON (WHDH) – Boston Transit Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying two men following an attack on a 56-year-old at an MBTA station.
According to the MBTA Transit Police Department, a male victim was attacked around 9 p.m. Monday, September 5 at the Red Line’s Andrew Square station.
The victim told officers he was attacked by two men and was initially punched in the face by one of them, sending him to the ground. The suspects then reportedly kicked him repeatedly after he hit his head on a train platform as he fell.
Transit police said the victim was briefly unconscious and was later taken to a hospital for emergency treatment.
Authorities have since released multiple photos of two men they consider “prospects.”
Anyone with information about the two is asked to contact the Transit Police Department CID at 617-222-1050. Tips can also be sent anonymously via SMS to the unit at 873873
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