Woman walking in Brookline grabbed from behind, punched; attacker scared off by dog walkers

Brookline Police report a woman walking on Amory Street near Thatcher Street around 10 p.m. yesterday "was grabbed in a hug from behind by a male, wearing ski mask and gloves."

The man then punched her, police say, adding:

When the victim screamed a nearby dog walkers in Knyvet Park came to her aid. The suspect ran around the corner to a waiting vehicle, (possible a light colored Honda Pilot) and got into the front passenger seat. There was nothing stolen from victim.

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    Those dog walkers may have

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    Those dog walkers may have literally saved her life.. He ran into passanger seat of SUV... Sounds like a kidnapping/rape/murder fail

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    Warning

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    I don't get it? You work for

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    I don't get it? You work for the Japanese consulate? That's really neato

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    Is there any reason why Amory

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    Is there any reason why Amory Street seems to be a hotspot for muggings in Brookline? It seems like such a random street for crime to occur on and yet every year there's a spate of muggings there.

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    Might be the projects. Thats

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    Might be the projects. Thats where the kids who were holding BU kids up at gunpoint last year were from

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    Wasn't there some other,

    Wasn't there some other, somewhat recent incident in Brookline where a woman was grabbed from behind in an attack? I can't remember where it was in the town.

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