Graphic video seems to indicate sufferer attacked, knocked unconscious with brick

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Graphic video appears to show victim attacked, knocked unconscious with brick

BALTIMORE — A disturbing video has surfaced on social media exhibiting an unsuspecting sufferer being knocked unconscious with an obvious brick.

The graphic footage begins with a person strolling on the sidewalk in what’s believed to be the Sharp Leadenhall space of South Baltimore.

One other man is seen operating up from behind with what seems to be a brick in every hand.

With none provocation the suspect blindsides the sufferer, placing him instantly at the back of the pinnacle with the brick in his proper hand.

The sufferer instantly goes limp and collapses face first on the pavement.

Instantly following the assault, the suspect runs away. Within the video it appears the brick might have been left on the scene.

WMAR-2 Information obtained a Baltimore Police report on the alleged incident.

In it, officers say a neighborhood resident referred to as 911 after listening to a loud argument outdoors between the 100 and 200 blocks of W. Hamburg Road.

The particular person reported searching their window to see the sufferer strolling away earlier than the suspect hits him with a brick.

Responding officers wrote they have been unable to seek out the sufferer, however found a pool of blood on the sidewalk the place the caller witnessed the assault.

The caller mentioned they did not know the lads concerned, and refused to offer police their title and tackle.

Officers declare to have looked for the sufferer, however got here up empty.

Baltimore Metropolis Councilman Eric Costello shared the video in a Fb publish saying, “The whole depravity to human life illustrated on this video is totally disgusting and ought to be investigated and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the regulation.”

Anybody who is aware of the suspect within the video is requested to electronic mail Baltimore Metropolis Police Captain Eric Leitch at Eric.Leitch@BaltimorePolice.org and the Councilman at eric.costello@baltimorecity.gov.


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