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Man wanted for Downtown Crossing stomping

Suspect in stomping

Transit Police report they are looking for this guy for "a vicious assault" that included kicking his victim on the ground and which left the victim with serious injuries around 9 p.m. on Sunday.

If the man, photographed in the tunnel between the Orange Line and the Green Line, looks familiar, contact detectives at 617-222-1050 or send an anonymous text tip to 873873.

This is at least the second stomping at the Downtown Crossing station this month. There was also an incident in which a man was found bleeding on an Orange Line platform from a stab wound, although police say he was likely stabbed on a nearby street before heading underground.



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On the MBTA criminals don't wear masks only law abiding citizens wear them. I rode the subway the other day and it looked like a ghost town. I felt like the elevator was taking me up to heaven to escape hell.

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Even in normal times it's an extremely easy commute from Quincy Center to South Station. I can even take a commuter train which takes less than 15 minutes. I work some weekdays and weekends. My observations are the trains and stations are mostly being kept clean. Cleaners are always around and they do a great job. Very few T workers. Zero or close to zero police presence, unless they're out of uniform. Homeless, not a huge number, but they're always around, usually sleeping or passed out in stations or trains. Many are obviously mentally ill, others are obviously druggies. 'Essential' workers. I go to Cambridge a few times a week. Cambridge has more homeless, especially young males, who can appear threatening. They hang out especially at Harvard and Central. Lots begging asking for $ at Park St. DTX is worse.

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