CHICAGO (CBS) — Another attack on the CTA–this time a 65-year-old man was punched several times in the face.
Police said it happened at the Belmont Station, which serves the Red, Brown and Purple lines, on Friday shortly before 4 p.m.READ MORE: Man Shot While Driving In West Elsdon; 10-Year-Old Passenger Not Injured
The victim was approched by a black man in his 20s, who “struck the victim multiple times to the face with closed fists,” police said.
The offender was wearing a black hat, black jacket, red pants and red shoes, police said.READ MORE: Cab Driver Robbed At Gunpoint In Norwood Park
The victim, who is in stable condition, was being treated at Illinois Masonic Hospital.
No arrests have been made, and Area North detectives are investigating.MORE NEWS: With Eviction Moratorium Over, Many Chicagoans In Need Of Rental Assistance Are Still In Limbo