OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on violent attacks on passengers on San Francisco Bay Area trains (all times local):

2:55 p.m.

Police in the San Francisco Bay Area have arrested Berkeley resident Mario Christopher Washington, 42, who they say was involved in two violent crimes on commuter trains last week.

Bay Area Rapid Transit officers said Monday that the suspect is in custody after a fire inspector recognized Washington in downtown Oakland from surveillance photos released by officials.

BART police say the suspect hit a man on the head with bolt cutters on Aug. 3 at a station in San Leandro.

Two days later, officials say Washington hit a man in the mouth twice on a train in San Francisco.

The unprovoked attacks left the two victims with non-life threatening injuries, police said, adding that neither passenger was robbed.

Deputy Chief Ed Alvarez says more officers will patrol the trains.

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11:35 a.m.

Police in the San Francisco Bay Area have arrested a suspect they say was involved in two violent crimes on commuter trains last week.

Bay Area Rapid Transit officers said Monday that they had a suspect in custody, hours after releasing surveillance photos of a man they say hit another man on the head with bolt cutters on Aug. 3 at a station in San Leandro.

Two days later, officials say the same suspect hit a man in the mouth twice on a train in San Francisco.

Authorities said they would release more information on the arrest later Monday.

Police say two victims suffered non-life threatening injuries. They say the attacks were unprovoked but neither passenger was robbed.

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9:05 a.m.

Police in the San Francisco Bay Area are seeking the public's help in identifying a man they say is behind two recent violent attacks on commuter trains.

KTVU-TV reports (http://bit.ly/2vesfAg ) BART police on Monday released surveillance photos of a man they say hit another man on the head with bolt cutters last Thursday.

Two days later, officials say the same suspect hit a man in the mouth twice before fleeing the scene.

Police say the attacks left the two victims with non-life threatening injuries.

Authorities say the attacks were unprovoked but neither passenger was robbed.

Deputy Chief Ed Alvarez says more officers will be patrolling the trains.