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Police Investigating Assault Near Bagel Crust After Pitt Game

State College Police is seeking assistance while it investigates a reported assault that occurred after the Penn State-Pitt football game near the Bagel Crust on Beaver Avenue, the department announced Tuesday.

Around 11:50 p.m. on September 14, police were sent to the Bagel Crust on the 200 block of West Beaver Avenue to deal with a reported assault that involved a large group of men. According to police, four unknown, middle-aged males confronted a group of six visiting middle-aged males. Moderate injuries were reported, although one victim needed to receive follow-up medical attention.

Anyone with any information regarding the event is urged to contact the State College Police Department by phone at (814) 234-7150, by email, or anonymously on its website.

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Josh Portney

Josh Portney is a freshman studying Broadcast Journalism. Like many Penn State students, he's from "outside Philly," and is therefore a diehard fan of the Phillies, Eagles, Flyers, Sixers, and Union (in that order). He'll defend Wawa to the very end and is always down for a hoagie, not a sub. Send any questions or Philly sports conspiracy theories to @jdp2008 on Twitter.


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