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Caught on video: Group of men rip 60-year-old man’s cane from his hand, kick, stomp on him


Caught on video: Group of men rip 60-year-old man’s cane from his hand, kick, stomp on him
Julius Tolbert —MBTA Transit Police

Several males allegedly tore a cane from a 60-year-old man’s hand on the Ashmont MBTA station and, after he fell, the lads assaulted and robbed him, transit police stated.

Police had been referred to as to the scene round 5 p.m. Wednesday for the incident. Julius Tolbert, 47, of Hyde Park, was recognized as the person who allegedly stomped on the sufferer’s ankle and kicked him; he was arrested.

Police say they’re looking for others concerned.

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