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Homeless Men Report Assaults Near Sertoma Park

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Bismarck police investigate a series of assaults involving homeless men.

Sunday evening police responded to Sertoma Park.

A 34-year-old homeless man says he was assaulted and robbed by two native american males and one native american female.

He ways he was sleeping in some trees when he woke to being kicked in the head and struck with closed fists.

He says the suspects took his backpack which included several items.

He was treated for injures at Sanford and released.

As police were searching the park they came across a second victim.

A 42-year-old homeless man says he was assaulted and robbed by six suspects including two native american men, two white men and two native american females.

He says they took his cell phone, a debit card and 200 in cash. He had a laceration on the left side of his head.

A 61-year-old homeless male also reported being assaulted by several native american females. He says his cell phone was taken.

Police did not see any visible injuries.

Police have no suspects in the case.

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