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Pedestrian attacked by angry driver with brass knuckles in SE Portland

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Victim's black eye from the attack. Victim's black eye from the attack.
PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) -

FOX 12's Most Wanted beat up and robbed a man in Southeast Portland, and the victim wants your help to catch the attacker.

The incident happened on Sunday afternoon on SE 82nd and Foster Road.

FOX 12 learned the victim was crossing the street when a driver started yelling at him and then moments later, he was being attacked.

The victim, whose does not want to be identified, said he was walking to his dad's house around 2 p.m. Sunday. He had the walk signal at 82nd and Foster, but a driver started yelling at him, angry that he was taking too long to cross.

The victim said he yelled back saying he had the right of way, but then the driver started following him and eventually got out of his car. The victim said he ran, but the guy grabbed him and started punching him in the face and head with brass knuckles on his fist.

The suspect took his backpack, phone and left him with a broken nose and two black eyes.

The victim said this man is dangerous and needs to be found.

"Getting punched out with a pair of brass knuckles, it hurts. But you know, it's not OK. This person needs to be caught and that's final, bottom line. I just don't want nothing happening to nobody else like this."

The victim described his attacker as a black man with light skin, in his 20s. He had two earrings, wearing a grey sweatsuit, white Nikes and was driving a white 4-door Sedan with a woman in the passenger seat.

If you have any information about this incident, please call Portland Police.

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