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TTC Kipling Station assault leaves lady in 60s unconscious


Toronto police are in search of a person they are saying assaulted a 60-year-old lady at Kipling Station on Thursday.

Police are in search of a person in his 30s, sporting a black shirt, black pants, a black toque and a white scarf.

The incident occurred round 11:15 a.m., when police say the suspect assaulted the girl after which fled, leaving the girl unconscious.

Police say they imagine the incident was a random assault.

Officers are on scene investigating, in accordance with the tweet by police.

The girl “has (been) revived,” tweeted Toronto police.

This isn’t the one latest act of random violence close to Kipling Station.

Earlier this month, a lady was set on hearth on a TTC bus, in what police are calling a “hate-motivated assault.”

The girl in her 20s died this week after struggling second and third-degree burns.

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