Police are looking for two alleged robbers that left a local business man bloodied and begging for help in the middle of the street Wednesday morning in South Philadelphia.
The owner of Kin's Laundromat was attacked by two men inside his store at the corner of 3rd and Mifflin street around 10:30 a.m., police told NBC10.
"He's a really nice guy," said a neighbor who wished to remain anonymous. "He works 7 days a week, 12 hours a day. He don't deserve this."
The men, who officials say are in their 20s, allegedly beat the victim was a hammer and stole $500 in cash.
"They just ran in and started beating him with a hammer and robbed 'em," said the neighbor.
Following the brutal attack, the man ran outside, bloody and screaming for help. He was taken to Jefferson Medical Center. His condition is unknown.
Anyone with information on the beating is urged to call Philadelphia Police.
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