DETROIT (WJBK) - Police have released new evidence hoping to find men who viciously beat two victims attending a bachelor party in downtown Detroit's Greektown.
Pictures show two of three men said to be responsible for an unprovoked attack at the Greektown Casino and Hotel back on Labor Day weekend - an attack that left one man still recovering months later.
"I was in ICU for two days and I've been a neck brace for 8 weeks," he said.
Detroit police hopes the public can help bring them to justice. FOX 2 first told about this attack on Tuesday when the two victims broke their silence about what happened.
One of the victims was knocked out cold and the other was then outnumbered as he tried to defend himself for nearly half a minute until help arrived.
"The other two guys stood over me, punching me repeatedly one after the other, pulling me around, trying to get me off the other guy. And when we saw the video footage from the prosecutors’ of the camera angles, you can see in the hallway 10 different spectators standing there with their phones just videotaping and watching," a victim said.
They share their account of the attack in hopes of warning others. Now police are hoping by releasing the pictures of the suspect you can help prevent these two from senselessly hurting anyone else.
Police say there is a third person who has been identified and a warrant has been issued for his arrest.
If you were at the Greektown Hotel and Casino around 4 a.m. Sept. 2 or recognize these men, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK-UP.