Toronto police have released an image of a man accused of punching a stranger in a wheelchair in the face.
According to police, a man entered a building and approached someone in a wheelchair. He then punched them in the face “with a closed fist.”
Police said the attack was unprovoked and the victim did not know the suspect.
The victim suffered a laceration under the eye, according to police.
The man was last seen walking south along Yonge Street and then west along Gerrard Street. Police said he was 25 to 35-years-old, with short, dark hair.
He was wearing a long grey sleeve shirt, blue jeans and “construction style” boots at the time of the alleged assault. He had a red backpack, police said.