HARVARD – Police are asking for help to find three suspects who allegedly jumped a Harvard man.
Harvard Police responded to the disturbance on the sidewalk at Ayer Street and Front Street at about 1:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 20.
A 27-year-old Harvard resident said he was struck several times by three people.
The suspects are described as male hispanics who fled south on Ayer Street in a dark green Honda Civic with a damaged windshield and passenger window. They were each wearing hats and hooded sweatshirts on the night of the incident, police said.
One suspect is about 6 feet tall, 250 to 275 pounds with curly hair. Another had a similar build and a teardrop tattoo under his left eye.
A third suspect was taller and thinner. He was wearing a gold and red San Francisco 49ers hat the night of the incident.
Police are encouraging those with information on the case to call the department at 815-943-4431 or Crime Stoppers at 815-943-4343.