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Florida-teens-beat men with skateboards.e.d. in the video, the police are asking for help

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Several defendants attack the man with their skateboards in the middle of an Orlando street.

The authorities in Florida and is asking the public for help in identifying a group of teens on video, recorded earlier this year, two men with skateboards.

The Orlando Police department released cell phone pictures Tuesday, taken by a witness shows the moment in time that you have multiple suspects — possibly in their late teens to early twenties — their skateboards to attack the men.

The incident occurred in the vicinity of the Center of the Boulevard, and the Court Avenue in Orlando, according to police.

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“From now on, we will be releasing a 60-second video clip of what happened. We don’t know, maybe what happened before this video started. We don’t know what happened after the video started,” Orlando police spokesman, Cory Burkarth, told FOX35. “However, as you can see in the video, there are a number of other witnesses at that scene that night, in the centre of town, and they looked at what was happening,”

A group of teens were seen on video attacking two men with skateboards in the Orlando area back in May or June, according to the police, who have recently released a video of the attack.
(Orlando Police Department)

Burkarth, added that the police and witnesses to believe in the “well look at who the people are.”

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The victims told officers several different stories of how the fight started.

Josue Sanchez said that he and his friend, Brett Thompson, were talking with a group of women, the skateboarders tried to talk to the women, who are in the fight.

The argument then was activated when one of the skateboarders almost hit them on the run, a trick that, according to Thompson.

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Thompson told the police that he lost consciousness and was taken to a hospital.

Anyone with information about the attack is asked to call the Orlando Police Department at 321-235-5300 or Crimeline at 800-423-TIPS (8477).

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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