DENVER - Denver Police released video Monday of a brutal assault and robbery at a Denver light rail station that took place in September.
For nearly three weeks - with the suspects on the loose - the public wasn't told what happened at the 30th and Downing light rail station.
The video shows five young men attack and beat a 23-year-old victim.
The shocking attack happened on Sept. 18.
Police are looking for the men seen in the video. Police have not said if the attackers and victim knew each other.
Police said the victim was taken to hospital. They wouldn't comment on his injuries. No motive has been given either.
9NEWS asked police why they would hold onto the surveillance tape since Sept. 18, given the concern for public safety.
"Depending on if they're waiting on the victim to confirm that that's them, because they still have to be able to point out who the suspects were," Denver Police spokesperson Raquel Lopez said. "Even though we have that information from the video, they still have to be able to do a photo array, so that would be something they were waiting for."
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This is the third recent attack at a light rail station.
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