PD: 14-year-old robbed, assaulted at Windsor school bus stop

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WINDSOR, Conn. (WTNH) – A 14-year-old boy was assaulted and robbed while waiting at a school bus stop in Windsor on Wednesday morning. 

Police say that at around 6:40 a.m., a 14-year-old student was standing at the corner of Philip Henry Circle at Ford Road, waiting for the school bus, when a four door black sedan pulled up alongside him.

According to the police, the car was occupied by two black males who were described as appearing to be around 16-years-old. 

The passenger then allegedly got out of the car and pushed the victim to the ground, slapping him several times on the head before taking his cell phone. 

Authorities say that two neighbors who were outside saw what happened and immediately ran toward the victim.

The suspect then ran back into the car which fled east on Ford Road toward Windsor Avenue.

The victim was not injured. 

The incident remains under investigation at this time. A similar incident had occurred on Monday in Wethersfield where a 13-year-old was also robbed and assaulted at his bus stop. 

Anyone with information is urged to contact detectives at (860) 688-5273 ext. 512.

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