LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Authorities on Monday will ask the public’s help to find a violent suspect who attacked a female bus driver last week in West Hills.
Sheriff’s deputies and Metro officials will hold a joint news conference Monday at 2 p.m. in front of Metro headquarters (1 Gateway Plaza) to discuss the attack.READ MORE: Standoff Underway In Studio City With Suspect Barricaded In Hummer
The incident occurred just after 10:30 last Monday evening at the corner of Victory and Valley Circle Boulevards, said Metro’s Paul Gonzales.
The driver is reportedly recovering at the home of relative, he said.READ MORE: Some Homeowners Say They're Victims Of Eviction Moratorium Rules As LA County Considers Extension
Authorities said they will release images of their suspect at the press conference including a BOLO (be on the lookout) warning.
Metro officials said they will also detail measures being taken or planned to protect drivers from future assaults, Gonzales said.MORE NEWS: Airlines, Aviation Unions Call For Harsher Penalties For Unruly Passengers
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