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Atlanta cops: Men told victim walking home to run, then attacked

Two men have been added to Atlanta’s “most wanted” list for allegedly assaulting and robbing a man after he got off a bus. 

The bus rider in his mid-40s told police five men who were standing at a gas station began to follow and harass him as walked home. The men yelled at him to run, and when he didn’t comply, pushed him to the ground and kicked and punched him, a May 31 police report said. 

The suspects allegedly took his backpack, which held his Apple MacBook computer, a Samsung Android cellphone and some clothes. The victim had scratches and bruises on his knees and forearms but refused medical treatment, the report said. 

Dexter Neal, left, and Larry Davis have been identified as suspects in a Grove Park robbery.
Photo: APD

Dexter Neal, 20, and Larry Davis, 24, were identified as two of the suspects in the incident, which took place on Westchester Boulevard in Grove Park. 

Anyone with information on the case may call Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477. All callers can remain anonymous and are eligible for a cash reward up to $2,000 if their tip leads to an arrest and indictment.

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