Assault puts Boyton Ave. residents on edge

Residents who live in a Boyton Avenue building say they are concerned for their safety after a woman was assaulted in the lobby.

Officials say a man and a woman were able to take off with Ignaci Tumbaco?s wallet, wedding ring and other personal items.

Residents say that the door to the building has problems locking from time to time. The building?s owner says he plans to add four new cameras within the next two weeks. The police are still searching for the suspects.

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