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Boston police investigating ‘large fight’ outside Cure Lounge ask for public’s help

The Cure Lounge.

John Wilcox-POOL, file

The Cure Lounge.

Were you there? Did you shoot a cellphone video while it was happening? How about a video when it was over? Maybe you snapped a photo before it happened?

Boston police detectives investigating a “large fight” that took place outside the Cure Lounge are asking those questions, an inquiry that is accompanied by a request: Please share those videos, photos, and social media posts with us.

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According to a posting on bpdnews.com, officers responded around closing time on Sunday in response to the altercation on the sidewalk outside of the Cure Lounge at 246 Tremont St. No information was provided on whether anyone was injured during the fight.

Still, as part of their investigation, detectives “believe that several people in the area may have used hand held electronic devices, mobile phones, etc. to record images and/or video of the altercation.”

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Anyone who was there and has information, images, or video footage is asked to share it with police by e-mailing mediarelations@pd.boston.gov.

The Cure Lounge had a central role in the Boston trial of the late Aaron J. Hernandez who was charged with murdering two men in the South End in 2012 after bumping into one of the victims, Daniel de Abreu, inside the nightspot.

Hernandez, a former New England Patriot who was convicted for murdering Odin L. Lloyd, was acquitted of the double murders but committed suicide in state prison on April 19.

John R. Ellement can be reached at ellement@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @JREbosglobe.
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