Unidentified Men Harrass Homeless Person

Cedar Rapids Police were notified Saturday night of an incident near Center Point Road in NE Cedar Rapids where 2 unidentified males threw large rocks at and threatened an area homeless man. It is not known if injury ocurred. The following photos taken from the cameraphone of a passerby identify the alleged assailants. If you know the identity of these persons, please contact the Cedar Rapids Police Department.

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me says ... on Monday, Apr 18 at 2:36 PM

I hope that some day these two people are homeless and someone throws rocks at them!!!! How Rude!!! What a lack of respect!!!!

Brats says ... on Sunday, Apr 10 at 6:59 PM

Those jerks should be forced to live like that poor homeless person in the dead of winter! These young people need to be taught a lesson! They lack a lot of respect for those around them, the parents and themself! Jerks!!

Myke says ... on Sunday, Apr 10 at 12:36 PM

Thanks to you or the person that took the photos and turned them in. This is a situation that would be easy for a lot of people to over look.

none says ... on Saturday, Apr 9 at 11:19 PM

Horrible people. I hope its their parents who turn them in....

Anonymous says ... on Saturday, Apr 9 at 11:16 PM

horrible people to do that. I hope its thier parents who turn them in....

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