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Police Plan to Canvas in Lincoln Park As They Seek Suspect in Hate Crime Against Elderly Man – Editor


The intersection where the victim was attacked on Dec. 17. Photo credit: Screen shot, Google Street View

Police Sunday were looking for witnesses to an attack on a Laotian man that took place in Lincoln Park near an elementary school last month.

Police, investigating the attack as a hate crime, said there may have been parents and others near Porter North Elementary School for morning drop-offs at the time of the assault.

Mark Sanouvong, 81, continued to be treated for his injuries as of Sunday, police said.

Sometime between 9:07 a.m. and 9:14 a.m. on Dec. 17, Sanouvong was walking southbound at South 47th Street and Franklin Avenue, according to Lt. Al Ambito of the San Diego Police Department.

Then an unknown suspect suddenly assaulted Sanouvong, causing severe injuries, the lieutenant said.


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