Police: Man attacked by 3 men as he walked along Hill Street Friday, sent to hospital
A man was sent to the hospital after being jumped by three unknown men and badly beaten in an unprovoked attack early Friday morning, according to Ann Arbor police.
Ann Arbor police Lt. Renee Bush said the University of Michigan Department of Public Safety notified investigators at 3 a.m. Friday of an unconscious man in the 600 block of South Fifth Avenue. The man told U-M police he had been attacked earlier that night by three men as he walked westbound on Hill Street between Oakland Avenue and South State Street.
Bush said the man reported the men came out of nowhere as the man was walking back home and started punching and kicking him. The man told police he did not know who his attackers were and did not provoke them.
He suffered abrasions to his face, arms and chest and was transported by Huron Valley Ambulance to University of Michigan Hospital for treatment.
The first man was described as wearing a blue shirt and blue jeans. The second man was wearing a long-sleeve blue shirt and khaki shorts. The third man was wearing a green shirt, baggy blue jeans and had short hair.
The three men were described as being between the ages of 19 and 25 and were Hispanic, Bush said.
Anyone with information on the incident is encouraged to call the Ann Arbor police anonymous tip line at 734-794-6939.