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Police looking for man they say attacked woman in Back Bay garage

Wanted man

Surveillance photos via BPD.

Boston Police report a woman was sexually attacked inside the garage at 100 Clarendon St. , next to Back Bay station, around 5:15 p.m. on Monday.

Police say the victim defended herself and the man ran off towards Stuart Street. She was taken to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Police described the attacker as Black and wearing a green hooded jacket or sweatshirt, bluejeans and black sneakers.

Anybody with information can contact detectives at 617-343-4683 - although if you see the gy, call 911. People can also contact the anonymous tip line at 800-494-TIPS or by texting TIP to CRIME (27463).

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Who is in charge of making downtown Boston safer? Isn't BPD headquarters 5 minute ride away?

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Is supposed to have its own security. It is private property.

The BPD doesn't run patrols inside places like this. It would be like having cops walk around Roche Bros. on shoplifting duty or inside the Hancock to see if anyone was stealing paper clips.

Besides the photo with the planter in it is from in front of the parking garage office. That means this dipstick walked right by "security".

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This one in the garage during rush hour and the ones earlier this week mid-day on Dartmouth (3 attacks by the same person) .This is a busy commuter area and women need to feel safe around there.

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Just think about it.

BPD is supposed to be responsible for the streets around here.

MSP (at least they were) is supposed to be responsible for the SW Corridor Park.

MBTA Police is supposed to be responsible for the station and the tracks.

Funny, isn't it?

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So just picture the words "Taxes are the price that we pay to live in a civilized society" over the photo of Spongebob rolling his eyes with the weird nose.

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