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Reward offered in beating of Giants fan

LOS ANGELES — A Los Angeles County Supervisor is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrests of two men who critically beat a San Francisco Giants fan outside Dodger Stadium Thursday night.

Bryan Stow, 42, of Santa Cruz was leaving the stadium after the team’s season opener against the archrival Los Angeles Dodgers when he was assaulted by two Latino men in their late teens or 20s, police said.

The two unidentified men knocked Stow to the ground and kicked him repeatedly, according to investigators. Stow is listed in critical condition at County-USC Medical Center.

Los Angeles Police released composite sketches of the two suspects believed to have assaulted Stow and fled the stadium. Witnesses said one of the men wore a Dodgers team jersey, according to police.

Supervisor Mike Antonovich, who represents to northeastern quadrant of the county is offering to give the reward to anyone who comes forward with details that leads to the apprehension of the two suspects.

Los Angeles Police are asking for the public to call them with information leading to the arrest of both men by calling the LAPD tip-line at (877) 527-3247.

The Beat News Service contributed reporting from Los Angeles. Contact the Beat at news@californiabeat.org.

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