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Shop Owner Beaten and Robbed in Tyler

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TYLER - Police are asking for help to solve a robbery that left a 61-year-old man injured. 

Oscar Domingues told police he was at his store at 902 N. Beckham when two black males approached him.

The men pushed Domingues inside the shop and one of the suspects punched him and then hit him on the head with a bat.  The suspects took Domingues'' wallet and were not found. Domingues was treated at the shop. 

The suspects are described as two younger black males.  The suspect with the bat was described as being tall, wearing black and beige shorts and a gray t-shirt.  The other suspect was wearing blue jeans.

Anyone with information concerning this case is urged to contact the Tyler Police Department at (903) 531-1000.

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