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Police are still looking for two men who beat up a man with a cane last Tuesday in Jamaica.

At approximately 1:35 p.m. on July 26, authorities said, two men assaulted the 24-year-old male victim at the mezzanine of the subway station located at Archer Avenue and Sutphin Boulevard. 

One of the suspects wielded a cane and struck the victim multiple times on his head and body and the second man struck the victim with bare fists, police said. 

Cops from the 103rd Precinct responded to 911 call; the unidentified victim was rushed to Elmhurst Hospital by EMS where he was treated and soon released.

The motive of the attack is currently unknown, according to police.

The two perpetrators are still at large. One of the suspects is reported to be a black male with a heavy build last seen wearing a black du-rag, blue shirt, and blue jeans at the time of the assault. No information on the second assailant was available at this time.

The investigation is still ongoing.

Anyone with any information regarding the assault is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 800-577-TIPS (for Spanish speakers, dial 888-57-PISTA), visit their website, www.nypdcrimestoppers.com, or send a text message to 274637 (CRIMES), then enter TIP577. All calls and messages are kept confidential.

 

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