MIDDLETOWN, Ohio (WDTN) - Middletown police released dramatic photos Wednesday of a violent laundromat attack.
The attempted robbery and assault happened at the Mid-Town Laundry at 2225 North Verity Parkway on March 17 at 7:50.
|Photo Gallery: Laundromat Attack|
Police say David Jones, 57, was leaving the laundry when he was suddenly attacked from behind. The suspect ran up behind Jones with a stick and started hitting him without saying a word.
Jones was able to fight the man off. The suspect jumped into a small, red, four door car and fled.
Police describe the suspect as a man in his 40s or 50s wearing a long black jacket, blue jeans and work boots. He was also wearing glasses, had a goatee and was balding.
Jones was treated at the hospital for his injuries.
Middletown police want you to call them if you have any information about the crime. Call Detective Meehan at 513-425-7724.
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