Police: Man beaten to death with metal dolly

Police: Man beaten to death with metal dolly

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DETROIT (WJBK) -

Police are seeking four suspects after the brutal beating death of a man inside a party store on Second Avenue in Detroit on Saturday. A fifth person has already been taken into custody.

Police say the victim was in the parking lot of the Grocer Farm Market when he got into some sort of argument and ran inside the store for help.

Police say five black males between the ages of 20-25 chased the man inside the business, grabbed a dolly and started beating the man with it. He was hit at least four times.

After the assault, all four suspects ran away from the business. An emergency crew arrived and pronounced the victim dead at the scene.

One suspect was found and taken into custody.

Police also say the victim was robbed after the assault.

Police will continue to review surveillance footage from inside the business.

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