Edgewood police release more photos in attack on pregnant woman
Anyone with information about attack is asked to call police at 407-424-8477
EDGEWOOD, Fla. – The Edgewood Police Department is continuing the force’s effort to find the people involved in an attack on a pregnant woman this past Sunday.
Officers released more photos on social media in hopes the public would recognize someone from the attack.
The incident happened Sunday on Orange Avenue near Holden Avenue in Edgewood.
Police said there was a group of people driving motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles recklessly in the area.
Investigators said one of the motorcyclists crashed into the car of the pregnant woman.
"When she got out of the vehicle to see if the motorcycle rider is OK, and that’s when she was attacked," Sgt. Timothy Cardinal said.
The victims are doing well and they are trying to help with the investigation to the best of their abilities, according to police.
Anyone with information about the people involved in the attack is asked to call police at 407-424-8477.
**On March 24, 2019 at approximately 3:50 pm a vehicle was struck in the driver side door by a motorcycle traveling northbound in the southbound lane of S. Orange Ave. The driver of the vehicle stopped just west of the intersection to check on the operater of the motorcycle. Upon exiting the vehicle, the female driver and her passenger were physically attacked by an unknown number of suspects in the same motorcycle group. The Edgewood Police Department is asking for help in identifying anyone involved in this incident. If you have any information that could help us, please contact Central Florida Crimeline at 407-423-TIPS (8477)**Posted by Edgewood Police Department, Florida on Wednesday, March 27, 2019
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