Suspects wanted in attack of 77-year-old man
GONZALES - Police are looking for a man accused of attacking a 77-year-old man.
The suspect followed the victim to his house from a grocery store on Monday after the victim just cashed a $600 check, according to Sgt. Steven Nethken with the Gonzales Police Department.
Nethken says the suspect and another man attacked the victim as he walked toward his home. The suspects took the victim's money and fled in a newer-model Nissan Altima.
Attached are photographs of the two suspects.
Anyone one with information on the suspects can call the Gonzales Police Department at 225-647-9572.
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