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Man Pepper-Sprays 73-Year-Old Woman At Metrolink Station

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Police are looking for a man who shot pepper spray into the face of a 73-year-old lady at the Burbank Metrolink station.The pepper-spraying happened around 6:40 am yesterday, but Burbank police haven't been able to find the suspect yet, according to the Burbank Leader. The suspect is described as a white guy in his 50s. He was wearing a beige cap, gray or green shirt with khaki pants at the time.

The woman is doing okay after being treated at a local hospital.

Other pepper-spray-related incidents:
Hawthorne Man Arrested for Choking His Wife, Pepper Spraying His Six Kids
Officer Blinds Woman With Pepper Spray, Pleads Not Guilty
Woman Uses Pepper Spray on Black Friday Wal-Mart Customers to Get to More Door Buster Sale Items