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Thu., July 1, 2010, 5:38 p.m.

2 assaulted outside Spokane grocery store

Three men assaulted two other men in a grocery store parking lot Monday, and police are asking for help identifying the assailants.
Surveillance photos show thee men police considered persons of interest in the assault, which occurred about 5:15 op.m. near G & B Grocery, 2104 E. Francis. The victims exited their car and were approached by three men who
Three men assaulted two other men in a grocery store parking lot Monday, and police are asking for help identifying the assailants. Surveillance photos show thee men police considered persons of interest in the assault, which occurred about 5:15 op.m. near G & B Grocery, 2104 E. Francis. The victims exited their car and were approached by three men who "began trash talking" before one man punched one victim and two others assaulted the second victim. The men fled eastbound on Francis. One of the victims was treated for his injuries at a hospital. Witnesses describe the "persons of interest" as white or Hispanic, 16 to 25 years old with baggy clothes. Anyone with information on the men in the photo is asked to call Crime Check at (509) 456-2233. (Spokane Police Department)

Three men assaulted two other men in a grocery store parking lot Monday, and police are asking for help identifying the assailants.

Surveillance photos show thee men police considered persons of interest in the assault, which occurred about 5:15 p.m. near G & B Grocery, 2104 E. Francis Ave.

The victims exited their car and were approached by three men who "began trash talking" before one man punched one victim and two others assaulted the second victim, according to Spokane police.

The men fled eastbound on Francis. One of the victims was treated for his injuries at a hospital.

Witnesses describe the "persons of interest" as white or Hispanic, 16 to 25 years old with baggy clothes.

Anyone with information on the men in the photo is asked to call Crime Check at (509) 456-2233.




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