Boston police seek public’s help to identify assault, robbery suspects

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BOSTON — Boston Police Department detectives from District B-2 are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying several individuals connected to an aggravated assault and unarmed robbery that occurred on Dec. 1 in the Mission Hill area.

The suspects are accused of randomly attacking multiple people and robbing a victim of his cellphone.

Authorities have provided descriptions of the four suspects:

Suspect 1 is described as a light-skinned male, seen wearing a blue/maroon Nike hooded jacket, a white hoodie underneath, light-colored pants with a dark “S” on the right leg and a red “M” on the left, and white sneakers.

Suspect 2 is a short, light-skinned male with dark curly hair, wearing a dark hoodie and light jeans.

Suspect 3 is a light-skinned male, dressed in a gray hoodie, black pants with rips, and white sneakers with black on the outer sides.

Suspect 4 is a Black male, spotted in a black hooded puffer coat, navy hoodie, navy sweatpants, and white/gray New Balance shoes.

The Boston Police Department is actively reviewing the circumstances of these incidents and urges anyone with information to contact District B-2 Detectives at (617) 343-4275.

Those who prefer to provide tips anonymously can call the CrimeStoppers Tip Line at 1 (800) 494-TIPS.

The department assures that the identities of individuals providing anonymous tips will be protected.

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