DAILYKENN.com --With no apparent provocation, an elderly worker was sucker punched by a passerby in Chicago.
Help Detectives identify the subject seen in this video where a Battery of Senior Citizen occurred on the 100 block of West Jackson Blvd on July 23 approx. 2:50PM.— Chicago Police (@Chicago_Police) August 16, 2020
We need your help Chicago.
📞: Area 3 Detective Stevens (312) 744-8269
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The unnamed victim is seen in a security video falling backwards onto the pavement. It is not known if he sustained serious injuries.
The victim was sweeping debris when he was attacked.
The image visually illustrates the cultural chasm that exists. On one side are those with work ethics and self-control, on the other are those prone to violence.
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Chicago police have released video showing a man with a broom and a duster getting sucker-punched in what appears to be an unprovoked attack. It happened outside a downtown Loop office building in the middle of the afternoon on July 23 and the victim was attacked as he was going about his job sweeping up debris.* What do you think?
“Help Detectives identify the subject seen in this video where a Battery of Senior Citizen occurred,” police tweeted Sunday.
The video shows the assailant, who is in a tank top and shorts, running off after the punch.
The man who was punched was knocked backwards and fell.
It's unclear what injuries he sustained in the assault.
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