Police Seek Public Help in Identifying Suspects in Boston Aggravated Assaults and Robberies

BOSTON, MA – Boston police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying four individuals involved in multiple random aggravated assaults and unarmed robberies in the Mission Hill area last Friday. The group targeted several individuals, including a man with disabilities. According to a police report, a man waiting outside TGI Friday’s in Roxbury was attacked by a group of teenagers at around 11:35 a.m. The victim, who has a severe learning disability, sustained severe injuries and was taken to Beth Israel Hospital for treatment.

The attackers were described by the police, with one identified as light-skinned, wearing a blue and maroon Nike hooded jacket, and another described as a short, light-skinned individual with dark curly hair. Two more individuals, one light-skinned and the other Black, were also involved in the assault. Additionally, a juvenile female has been arrested in connection with the attack and faces charges of assault and battery on a disabled individual.

Two other attacks occurred on the same day, with victims reporting a group of teens demanding their phone and physically assaulting them. Despite being able to run away, personal belongings were stolen in the process.

Boston police are urging anyone with information to come forward. They can contact the police department directly or anonymously report tips to the CrimeStoppers Tip Line. The series of random assaults and robberies have left the community on edge, prompting a heightened sense of urgency in identifying and apprehending the suspects.