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Houston-police, family searching for answers after a stranger attacked an 89-year-old man, who is his wallet.
The authorities in the country, and the world’s fourth-largest city are searching for a suspect who was seen on video earlier this month, beating an elderly man during a violent robbery.
The Houston Police Department said the incident happened on June 5 around 3:40 a.m., when the 89-year-old man was returning home from a walk and was approached by a man in his driveway, he did not know.
“This will go down as the worse video I’ve seen this year, it goes without saying, because there are two types of people that you do not mess around with it, and if you are doing it for the attention of the general public: first, the children, and the elderly, don’t mess with them,” the Houston Detective Jeff Brieden, told FOX26. “And in this case, this guy is one of the old 89-year-old man, and he turns 90 next month, don’t deserve it.”
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The man began talking with the suspect, which led him to the far side of the house.
“This is a robbery,” 89-year-old victim, Gilevalto Herrera, told ABC13. “That’s the only thing he said to me.”
In a video released by the police department, the suspect can be seen pushing Herrera to the ground. The defendant then beats and knees and Herrera, before going through his pockets.
Gilevalto Herrera, 89, was brutally beaten in an attack outside his home in new york on the 5th of June.
(Houston Police Department)
The 89-year-old lost consciousness during the attack, the suspect stole his wallet which was about $100.
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The police said the suspect is described as a Hispanic man between 30 and 35-year-old, who is known to be in the neighbourhood of the Villa’s Drive, and the Fauna of the Streets in the neighborhood.
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Anyone with information about the attack is asked to call Houston Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS (8477).