HUBER HEIGHTS, Ohio (WDTN) - Huber Heights police hope you can help them identify two assault suspects.
Police say they responded to a call at the Cadillac Jacks on Old Troy Pike Saturday, September 7 on a report of man assaulted.
They say they arrived to find the victim with cuts on his face, possibly caused by an assault with a beer glass.
The victim was taken to the hospital for treatment, but now police want to find the suspects.
They describe the first suspect at 6'3", 200-230 pounds and goes by the name 'Dave'. He was wearing a red t-shirt at the time that read 'I am the coach' on the front. The 'o' in coach had a football inside. He was also wearing blue jeans and a beard.
The second suspect is described as 6'3", 220-260 pounds and goes by the name 'Big Country'. We was wearing a red sleeveless shirt at the time with the letters 'IH' on the front, cowboy boots, hat and blue jeans.
Both men are believed to be in their 20s.
Call Huber Heights police at 237-3593 if you have any information about the suspects.
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