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Darlington Police seek public's help in locating 3 suspects wanted for mob assault

Left: Washington Middle: Bostic Right: Thomas Jr. (Source: DPD) Left: Washington Middle: Bostic Right: Thomas Jr. (Source: DPD)
Jaquan Marquell Washington (Source: DPD) Jaquan Marquell Washington (Source: DPD)
Brian Tyric Bostic (Source: DPD) Brian Tyric Bostic (Source: DPD)
Robert Lee Thomas Jr. (Source: DPD) Robert Lee Thomas Jr. (Source: DPD)

DARLINGTON, SC (WMBF) – The Darlington Police Department needs the public’s assistance in locating three men wanted in connection to an assault that occurred on November 2 in Darlington, according to a news release from the DPD.

The DPD has issued warrants for 22-year-old Jaquan Marquell Washington, 25-year-old Brian Tyric Bostic and 23-year-old Robert Lee Thomas, Jr. for second degree assault and battery by mob.

The subjects attacked a male victim around 8:55 p.m. in the 400 block of Southern Pine Street. The victim was severely injured and transported to a local hospital to undergo surgery.

The man is recovering from his injuries.

Anyone with information about the location of the subjects or information about the incident is asked to please call 911 or the DPD at 843-398-4026.

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