Man Wanted in Gambling Den Beating Caught on Video (Watch it Here)

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Dec/03/2017

Have you seen this man?  Described as a Middle-Eastern man, standing 6-foot-3, with a shaved head and goatee with a muscular build, the suspect is alleged to have beaten a man at a York, Ontario gambling den.

The incident occurred back in June but only now have authorities decided to release very clear surveillance video as the suspect is yet to be found.

Investigators say the 23-year-old victim was at the gambling den located at 9005 Leslie St., near Hwy. 7 when he was confronted by the suspect regarding an outstanding debt.  The suspect then proceeded to kick and punch him around a poker table.

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