A Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation trooper was punched in the face Saturday afternoon by a woman who was reportedly denied entry into a restricted area of ​​Miles Standish Forest, state police said.

Massachusetts State Police confirmed Sunday they are investigating the alleged assault of a 63-year-old DCR employee. The man, whose name has not been released, told police he was assaulted by a woman at Barrett’s Pond in Carver around 2:10 p.m. after he told her the pond gates were closed and no entry.

The man was treated at the scene by Carver EMS and declined to be transported to an area hospital. He was seriously injured, the police said.

The alleged attacker quickly left the scene with the man, and the pair were seen leaving the area in a car heading toward Long Pond Road and the entrance to the state forest from Plymouth, police said.

The woman was of thin build and was wearing a blue T-shirt and a bathing suit, police said. The man she was with was wearing a red T-shirt and black shorts. They were seen in an older model Toyota coupe in dark color.

Authorities were unable to locate the suspect or the vehicle despite an extensive search involving state police, environmental police, Carver police and Plymouth police, including a state police helicopter.

Police are continuing to investigate the assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Anyone with information is asked to call state police at 508-759-4488.


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