BOSTON (WHDH) — MBTA Transit Police have three suspects in connection with muggings and robberies on the T.
Police say they received a report of a man being attacked by three men and a woman at the Harvard Square MBTA station around 5 p.m. Thursday. One of the suspects is said to have been armed with a crowbar.
The suspects continued to travel from Park Street to Kenmore train station, where they reportedly attacked and robbed another victim aboard a Green Line trolley. Police say they also threatened violence against several commuters on board.
The group then traveled to Fenway, where police say they robbed and beat another victim on the train platform, inflicting facial injuries on the victim. The perpetrators then fled to the Brookline driveway.
Police say they conducted an extensive search and located three of the suspects, including 25-year-old Parrish Jones from Dorchester, 21-year-old William Windham from Brockton and a 16-year-old girl from Dorchester.
All three suspects were taken to Transit Police Headquarters and face multiple charges including assault and assault with a dangerous weapon, assault and assault, and armed robbery.
The incidents are being further investigated.
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