Boston Police report arresting three of the five teens they say attacked a man as he walked through the Common near the Tremont Street visitor center around 7 p.m. on Sunday.
Police say the victim told them that:
He was walking through the Boston Common when the group suddenly attacked him, punching and kicking him before throwing him onto the ground and stealing his cell phone. Multiple witnesses on scene stated they observed the male suspects attack the victim and take his cell phone.
Three of the teens stuck around and were arrested on charges of being delinquent for unarmed robbery, assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon and assault and battery, police say. Two of the teens, 14 and 16, are from the South End, the other, 15, from East Boston, police say.