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Washington, D. C., police were searching on Thursday for a group of 14 juveniles caught on a surveillance video beating, kicking and spitting on a man outside a hotel earlier this month.
The Washington Metropolitan Police Department said the incident happened on July 14 outside the Washington Hilton hotel on Connecticut Avenue for approximately 1 hour, Surveillance video shows two men attempting to walk to the hotel, where the group is going on around them, and begins to throw punches and kicks.
CALIFORNIA COUPLE INJURED IN A VERY BRUTAL ATTACK BY A GROUP OF YOUNG PEOPLE ARE OUT ON THEIR OWN
A man is knocked to the ground, while the other escapes provided in the hotel. The group continued to punch and punch the man as he lies on the ground. The boy is finally spreading, so that the man at the door.
Some of the young people could be as young as 13 years of age, according to a police report obtained by FOX 5 DC.
The man who escaped from the hotel, and told the police there was an exchange of words prior to the attack, with one of the suspects yell, “That’s him,” pointing to the man walking with him to the train station.
The man, who was knocked to the ground, suffered injuries to his head and left eye socket, FOX 5 reported. The other man suffered a swollen left eye. Both were treated at a local hospital.
Some of the suspects could be as young as 13-years-old, FOX5 DC reported.
(Washington Metropolitan Police Department)
Police are asking anyone with information about the identity of the minor accused in order to get in touch with them at (202) 727-9099.
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The incident was another in a series of recent attacks have been caught on video with them.
In California, a group of four or five teenagers are hit a couple, and that is to take out the trash just before midnight on Sunday. In the meantime, Chicago police said Thursday that they had arrested three young women, between the ages of 13, 14 and 15, are accused of assaulting a 15-year-old special needs girl.