The three (non-blurry) men you see before you are being sought out by the San Francisco Police Department for taking part in a brutal 2 a.m. assault on Polk Street back in January. According to Bay City News, suspects one and two (pictured: left and center) were harassing women on Polk Street after last call on January 29th. When a 23-year-old man from Hayward tried to intervene, the two suspects knocked him down and kept punching and kicking him until he lost consciousness.
The two suspects fled down Elm towards Van Ness where they apparently got a ride in a black pickup truck heading north on Van Ness. The victim, on the other hand, was critically injured and rushed to S.F. General to be treated. He has since be released, but he remains in serious condition and may never recover from his injuries.
According to police, suspect one is described as an Asian man, about 5 feet 9 inches tall and 210 pounds. The second suspect is also Asian, about 5-foot-6, 135 pounds. Police did not release why they are interested in the third fellow. Anyone with any information regarding the assault on January 29th or the suspects' identities should call SFPD Inspector James Garrity criminal investigation unit at (415) 553-9002. Those who wish to remain anonymous can send in a tip to the anonymous tip line at: (415) 575-4444 or via text message to TIP411.