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December 4, 2011 at 3:14 PM

Police search for suspects in U District beating

There is not points to locate on the mapPolice are searching for several suspects in a beating in the University District Saturday that sent a man to Harborview Medical Center.

Just after 1 a.m. Saturday, a young man left a house party and walked past an intoxicated group in the parking lot of a club in the 4500 block of 8th Avenue Northeast, police said.

After a brief exchange of words, a member of the group assaulted the victim, who fell and hit his head on the pavement hard enough to cause seizures, police said.

The suspects continued to kick the victim as he was seizing and went through his pockets, taking his wallet and other belongings, before they fled in two or three cars, police said.

 Anyone with information is asked to contact Seattle Police. The department’s non-emergency phone number is 206-625-5011.

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