- Surveillance footage released Wednesday shows two teens being attacked
- They were set upon at a bus stop in East Williamsburg on September 14
- Shows a total of six assailants punching, elbowing and kicking the victims
- The muggers got away with $22 and the victims’ cell phones, police said
A gang of six young men have been caught on film viciously beating and robbing two boys, aged 15 and 16, in Brooklyn earlier this month.
Shocking surveillance footage released Wednesday shows the two victim being attacked by a bus stop in East Williamsburg at around 2.20pm on September 14.
The video shows two men viciously punching and elbowing one of the victims in the head while a third man strikes him in the ribs and lower back.
Shocking surveillance footage shows a group of six men brutally beating two victims in broad daylight at a bus stop in the East Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn on September 14
As the fight appears to break up, one of the assailants runs up and brutally kicks the victim who is lying on the ground inside the bus shelter
A few seconds later a fourth attacker brutally kicks the victim’s torso.
He is then lifted up and slammed to the pavement inside the bus shelter.
The group appears to disperse before two of the attackers turn back and continue the beating.
They kick the victim lying on the ground and assaulting him against the glass of the shelter.
The footage is heavily edited and the victims have been blurred out, so the two cannot be told apart and the length of the attack is unknown.
The footage released by police on Wednesday is heavily edited so it is difficult to tell the two victims apart and the length of the battery is unknown. Police confirmed that the muggers stole $22 and two phones
The muggers got away with just $22 and the victims’ cell phones, cops said.
The six suspects are described as black and aged 17 to 20.
The victims were taken to the hospital and treated for their injuries. They were discharged later in the week.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS.