NATIONAL CITY (CNS) - One man remained hospitalized Friday with a serious head injury sustained in an attack by an unknown assailant outside a National City convenience store.
The victim was standing outside the 7-Eleven in the 3100 block of East Plaza Boulevard, near Harbison Avenue, around 10 p.m., when a man confronted then attacked him with an unknown object, said Sgt. Robert Rounds of the National City Police Department.
The victim, whose name was not released, walked into the store after the attack and asked for help, Rounds said. No one inside the 7-Eleven witnessed the attack.
The victim was taken to an area hospital to be treated, and was in critical but stable condition, Rounds said. The victim was only able to describe his attacker as a Hispanic male.
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