Kitchener Police Searching For 4 Suspects Who Beat 20-Year-Old Man Skateboarding, Broke His Ankle During Robbery – CBS Kitchener

kitchener (CBS) – Police are looking for four suspects who allegedly beat a man and broken their ankle in a robbery in north Kitchener. The incident occurred on Sunday morning on the 1500 block of West Jefferson Street.

Police say the 20-year-old victim was skateboarding when the suspects almost hit him in a silver Ford Focus.

Then they got out of the car and beat him, kicked him in the head and broke his left ankle.

According to police, the suspects took away a Patagonia bag, Motorola headphones, a wallet with a Bank of America card and a Google Pixel 4 phone.

The victim was taken to Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, where it is being kept in stable condition.

The vehicle is described as a silver 2005 Ford Focus with tinted windows, missing hubcaps on both front wheels, and a Pennsylvania tag from LGZ-5145.

If you have information about this incident, call the police on 215-686-4793 / 3048.

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