Police Search For Missing 12-Year-Old, DC Search For Two Men Who Assaulted A Blind Man On Metro

Missing 12 year old…

Prince George’s County Police are hoping the public can help them find a missing 12-year-old girl. There is not alot of information about her. Jalya Clark was last seen yesterday in the 4500 block of Silver Hill Road.

She was wearing a brown shirt, blue jeans and pink shoes. She is 5-feet-5 inches tall and weighs 120 pounds. If you have seen her or know of her whereabouts you are urged to call police at 301-352-1200.

DC search for two men who assaulted a blind man on Metro…

The search is on in the District this morning for two males who assaulted a blind man with his service dog. It happened yesterday as the man and the suspects were boarding a Red Line train at the Rhode Island Avenue Metro Station.

Investigators have released some very clear pictures of the two men involved in the incident. Witnesses say the males punched the blind man in the face and then attacked an elderly woman to came to his aid.

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