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Grand Forks man injured in early morning assault

Grand Forks Police are investigating an assault in which a man says he was robbed and beaten by several attackers in a parking lot early Saturday morning. According to a police news release, Devin Clark, 32, of Grand Forks, was found lying on the...

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Grand Forks Police are investigating an assault in which a man says he was robbed and beaten by several attackers in a parking lot early Saturday morning.

According to a police news release, Devin Clark, 32, of Grand Forks, was found lying on the ground with multiple injuries when the police arrived at the parking lot at 1601 17th Ave. S. after receiving a report of an assault at 3:24 a.m.

Clark told officers he was struck on the head with an unknown object by a group of men and was repeatedly hit and kicked. He also said his cell phone and wallet were taken by the men. Clark suffered multiple injuries to his head and upper torso, police said.

Clark was taken to Altru Hospital, but the news release did not describe the severity of his injuries.

Police officers searched the area for the assailants but did not find any suspects, according to the news release. Police said there is no known threat to the general public.

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Anyone with information on the incident should contact police at (701) 787-8000.

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