- Associated Press - Tuesday, June 21, 2016

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Police are looking for five men who brutally attacked a group of friends outside a popular Philadelphia cheesesteak shop earlier this month. A victim says one of the attackers claimed to be a member of ISIS.

The violence started around 4 a.m. on June 11 at Geno’s Steaks in south Philadelphia.

Patrick Kane says he, his wife and some friends stopped for a sandwich after a wedding. He says one of his friends asked a member of the group for a cigarette and he just “snapped” and started yelling about ISIS. Kane says the man shoved her, slapped his wife and then the group attacked him.

Police released video of the five men before the attack. The fight was also caught on surveillance video but it’s so graphic, police say they can’t release it.


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