Public's help needed to find attackers of disabled man

GREENWICH - Greenwich police are asking for the public?s help in finding the people who violently attacked and robbed a disabled man last month.

The attack occurred on East Putnam Avenue on March 12. Police say when the man, who is in his 50s, was shopping at Walgreens he accidentally showed he was carrying a large sum of money.

According to police, two people followed the disabled, partially blind man out of the store and spoke with him in the parking lot. Authorities say the man was assaulted and robbed after he walked about a block from the store.

Surveillance video shows the victim speaking with a man and woman in the parking lot. Greenwich police want to identify these people to see if they have information about the attack.

Anyone with information is asked to call Greenwich police Detective Anthony Fiscella at (203) 622-8021.

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