BALTIMORE - City police need your help to find out who beat a man on a downtown Baltimore street. ABC2 called Baltimore City Police officers Wednesday afternoon and the case has been classified as an assault and robbery.
Baltimore City Police spokesperson, Jeremy Silbert, tells ABC2 that officers are still actively looking for the attackers, but have positively identified the victim.
The victim is from Arlington, Va. and told police that he was partying at a club on March 19 and woke up in a hotel room beaten and bruised, but did not remember what had happened.
The victim was missing a watch, an iPhone and keys to his Audi.
In the video, the victim is standing alone, when two women started dancing on him. Then, one of the men in the video tries to take something out of the victim's pocket.
As the victim tries to defend himself, he's punched in the face.
One of the attackers is believed to have attended Mount Carmel Catholic High School.
The video had been posted on twitvid.com but has since been removed.
If you know the suspects or the victims, call Baltimore City Police.
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