NEW YORK — Police in New York City continue to search for four suspects who they say beat and robbed a man in a subway station last week.

WCBS-TV reports the violent robbery happened around 3 a.m. Friday in a Harlem subway station. Police say one of the four men started talking to the victim before he knocked him to the ground. Investigators say once the man was on the ground, the four men punched and kicked him.

Police say the suspects took the victim’s coat, boots, necklace, phone and wallet before fleeing. The victim was treated for a fractured nose and other injuries at a hospital.

Police have release surveillance images of the suspects.

An investigation continues.


Information from: WCBS-TV, http://www.cbs2ny.com

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