WASHINGTON - Police have released surveillance images of a suspect and a person of interest in a brutal assault of a woman inside Union Station that caused her to be hospitalized.
Termia Logan told FOX 5 that on Nov. 28 at around 4:12 p.m., she arrived at Union Station after getting off of the Metro. She went to the mall area inside Union Station and got on the escalator where a group of men were standing ahead of her.
Logan said she asked one of the men standing on the left side of the escalator if she could get by him. After walking past him, the man then assaulted her at the top of the escalator, causing her to bleed from her face and causing one of her eyes to be swollen shut.
"He punched me so hard in my face, I dropped," Logan recalled. "I don't know if it was my nose bleeding or my mouth, but blood just started coming from everywhere. When I looked up, I couldn't open my eye. I want him to be caught. I want justice."
Amtrak Police say the suspect who attacked Logan is described as a black male around 5'7" to 5'9" tall. He was wearing a black jacket with light-colored material inside the hood along with dark clothing, gray and white sneakers and was carrying a black and red backpack.
The person of interest is described as a black male standing around 5'7" to 5'9" tall. He was wearing a gold-colored chain with medallion, a tan jacket with a hood and lettering or emblem on the back, a brown shirt, dark-colored pants and tan boots.
Anyone with information is asked to call Investigator Bond #539 at 202-380-8502 or the National Communications Center at 1-800-331-0008.