A man was assaulted on the second level of San Diego State parking structure 6 at approximately 4:20 p.m. on Wednesday, February 18.
According to a witness, she saw a man lying on the ground screaming and getting beat up by at least two others. The suspects were last seen traveling southbound on East Campus Drive in a silver late-’90s Chevy Camaro.
A police report indicated that the victim sustained moderate injuries and no weapons were seen during the attack. SDSU police said that a red-and-blue backpack was stolen along with $13 in cash.
Three suspects are believed to have been involved in the assault. The first suspect was described as a black male adult, 6’ tall, wearing dark shorts and a light-colored shirt, a beard and a dark afro hairstyle. The second suspect was described as a black male, 6’ tall, short hair, wearing dark shorts and a dark shirt. The third suspect was described as a black male adult, 5'10" tall, also wearing dark shorts and a dark shirt.
Less than an hour before the assault, a vehicle was reported burglarized in parking structure 1, located just north of structure 6. A police report documented that a car stereo was stolen and the driver’s side door was broken into with a lock punch. It is unknown if both incidents are related.