Denver police warn of downtown attacks

DENVER — Denver police are warning the public after three separate random attacks occurred within 45 minutes in downtown Denver early New Year’s Day.

Police say of four people were knocked down or knocked out by groups of men who struck without warning.

According to KMGH-TV, police are still trying to determine if the attacks are related.

One victim suffered a broken jaw. Injuries to the other victims were not available.


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