Police seek help identifying man who allegedly damaged MBTA bus after driver asked him to put on a mask – Boston News, Weather, Sports

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BOSTON (WHDH) – Police are turning to the public for help identifying a man who allegedly damaged an MBTA bus after the operator asked him to put on a mask.

The bus operator was picking up passengers in front of the Massachusetts Avenue station on April 17 when he told the man in question that a face covering was required to board, according to the Transit Police Department.

The man then became infuriated and kicked the bus, causing a spider-web crack in the front door window, police said. The bus had to be removed from service.

The incident happened before a federal judge threw out the mask requirement for public transportation.

Anyone who recognizes the man is urged to contact Transit police detectives at 617-222-1050. Anonymous tips can be sent to 873873.

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