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BOSTON (AP) — Police in Boston have made one arrest and are looking for more suspects in what they call a "cowardly" attack on a 60-year-old man who uses a cane at a train station.

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority police say 47-year-old Julius Tolbert, of the city's Hyde Park neighborhood, was apprehended just after the attack at about 5 p.m. Wednesday at the Ashmont Station.

Transit police say the victim was "viciously assaulted and robbed by several males after a verbal exchange."

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In the attack caught on surveillance video , the suspects ripped the cane from the victim's hand, causing him to fall to the ground, where he was kicked, stomped and then robbed.

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Police say Tolbert stomped on the victim's ankle.

It could not immediately be determined if Tolbert has an attorney.

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