4 suspects sought after man knocked unconscious in Mission Beach

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SAN DIEGO – Police are asking the public Thursday to identify four people involved in a fight that left one man unconscious, another badly beaten near the Mission Beach boardwalk.

Three men and a woman were in an argument with two men at San Luis Rey Place and Oceanfront Boulevard Saturday at 2:30 a.m. when the two men ran away.  The group of four caught up to them, pushed the men to the ground and repeatedly kicked and punched their heads, San Diego police said.

One of the suspects jumped into the air and landed both of his feet on top of one of the victim’s head, rendering him unconscious, according to San Diego County Crime Stoppers.

Surveillance photos of four people accused of assaulting two men in Mission Beach. (San Diego County Crime Stoppers)

Surveillance photos of four people accused of assaulting two men in Mission Beach. (San Diego County Crime Stoppers)

All four suspects ran away before police made it to the area. They found an unconscious man with brain bleed.

FOX 5 was told that the man was released from the hospital as of Tuesday.

The suspects were described as four white people in their 20s.

Suspect # 1 is a man 5-feet, 10-inches to 6-feet tall, normal build, brown hair, full beard, wearing a burgundy t-shirt, light colored pants and black shoes.

Suspect # 2 is a man 5-feet, 10-inches to 6-feet tall, thin build, brown hair, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, long sleeved white t-shirt, black shorts and black shoes.

Suspect # 3 is a man 5-feet, 10-inches to 6-feet tall, thin build, brown hair, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with “High Times” written on the back, brown pants and black shoes.

Suspect # 4 is a white woman, thin build, wearing a light colored t-shirt and black shorts.

Anyone with information on the identity or location of the suspects is asked to call SDPD’s Northern Division at 858-552-1700 or the Crime Stoppers anonymous tip line at 888-580-8477.

Crime Stoppers is offering up to a $1,000 reward to anyone with information that leads to an arrest in this case.   Anonymous email and text messages can be sent.

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