Man on Lunch Break Attacked in Orange: Police - NBC Connecticut

Man on Lunch Break Attacked in Orange: Police

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    A man was attacked when he went out for a lunch break in Orange last Friday and police said the attack was random and unprovoked.

    The attack happened on Executive Boulevard around 11:35 a.m. Friday and police said the victim has no connection to the perpetrators.

    Three people got out of a car and ran up to the victim, who works nearby, hit him from behind and knocked him to the ground and two other people watched, police said.

    Once the victim was able to get back up and defend himself, the attacker and two others ran back to a car were two other people were waiting and fled, police said.

    The assailant appears to be between 17 and 21 and he was wearing a red shirt, according to police.

    The two bystanders were also between 17 and 21 years old. Police said one of them was wearing a white shirt and a blue cap and they all left the area in a tan or beige Volvo station wagon, likely an older model where at least two other people in the waiting. 

    If you recognize the vehicle or anyone involved in the video, call Officer Jay Menga at 203-891-2130, extension 425 or via email at jmenga@orange-ct.gov.


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