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Police searching for suspect in attack on slot machine player

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North Las Vegas Police

North Las Vegas Police say the man in the lower left of this photo is a suspect in an attack on a man who was playing a slot machine May 10 at a convenience store in the 3000 block of North Las Vegas Boulevard.

North Las Vegas Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspect who brutally attacked a man who was playing a slot machine at a convenience store.

Police say the suspect assaulted a 46-year-old man early in the afternoon of May 18 at the store in the 3000 block of North Las Vegas Boulevard. The suspect punched the man in the head until he fell to the floor, then kicked him in the head multiple times before fleeing on foot, police said.

The victim suffered a serious head injury, police said.

The suspect is described as black, about 30 years old, medium height and build and last seen wearing a black T-shirt and jeans.

Police said the suspect’s motive was unknown.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact North Las Vegas Police at 702-633-9111 or Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.

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  1. So the LVSun waits 11 days to post this story?

    Maybe they couldn't afford the ink?

    Journalism at it's worst.

  2. Some readers are just incapable of understanding language written in news articles. Just because all news reporters are incapable of being at all convenience stores and know when someone is being violent doesn't mean the writer didn't have enough "ink" at the time - they just didn't know about or were asked to write about it by the police. Perhaps one reader should look into a story - before quickly criticizing the cover.

  3. I guess all the other news outlets were out of ink the past 11 days (an odd statement considering ink has nothing to do with posting a story online).

    http://m.reviewjournal.com/news/crime-co...