OAKLAND (CBS SF) — BART police have identified a suspect in an assault that happened on a Richmond-bound train at the agency’s MacArthur station Friday night.

Suspect Solomon Espinosa. (BART Police via Bay City News)

The suspect is Solomon Espinosa, 27, who is believed to be a transient in the Oakland area, police said.

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The case began around 7:50 p.m. when two men who had been hurt in the assault reported it to BART officers, saying a fight had started on the train and continued on a platform at the station.

The two men suffered injuries not believed to be life-threatening, according to police. One was treated for a cut to his arm, the other for a cut on his face, police said.

Cameras recorded the incident, according to police. The circumstances leading up to the assault are still being investigated.

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Anyone with information is asked to call BART police at (510) 464-7011.

On Friday, an emotional funeral was held in Oakland for Nia Wilson, 18, who was killed in a stabbing at the station on the night of July 22. Investigators are looking into whether the stabbing was a hate crime.

Wilson’s death has garnered national attention.

 

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