Fox News reports Authorities are looking for multiple suspects captured on video punching and kicking a man outside a gas station convenience store in Texas on Sunday, in what was described as a “brutal attack,” police said.
Graphic video shows a customer carrying grocery bags out of the Harris County establishment around 7 p.m., when a group of at least five men attacked, knocked him to the ground, and continued to strike him before fleeing the scene, according to authorities.
Mark Henry of Harris County PD wrote:
WARNING !!!!! GRAPHIC STORE VIDEO !!!
LAW ENFORCEMENT NEEDS YOUR HELP IDENTIFYING THESE SUSPECTS IN A BRUTAL ATTACK!!
This is a video of a male being attacked by other males on Sunday, June 14, 2020 around 7:00 P.M., at an Exxon Convenience Store located at 7134 Oakwood Glen Boulevard Spring, TX 77379.
The criminal case is being investigated by our partners at the Harris County Sheriff’s office. If anyone knows the identity of any of these suspects, please contact CRIME STOPPERS at 713-222-8477.
EVERYONE NEEDS TO BE AWARE AT ALL TIMES OF THEIR SURROUNDINGS. STAY SAFE!
The unidentified victim, 24, informed deputies that he was waiting to buy grocery items at the convenience store when a group of up to six young men tried to cut in line, according to Houston’s KTRK-TV.
“I looked over and said, ‘There’s a line for a reason,'” the victim said. He told police the group mocked his hair and clothes before attacking him when he exited the store.
“I don’t know what else I could do,” he told KTRK-TV. “The fifth one at the end came out of the store after purchasing goods, and came up to me and kicked me in the face and said, ‘Black Lives Matter, [expletive].'”