Police are searching for multiple suspects involved in a "brutal attack" on a man outside a gas station convenience store in Texas on Sunday.
Footage shows a man carrying grocery bags out of a Harris County store around 7 p.m., when a group of five men attacked, punched him to the ground, and continued striking and kicking him before dispersing, according to local authorities.
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The 24-year-old unidentified victim told deputies that he was waiting in line to buy groceries when a group of men cut in front of him.
"I looked over and said, 'There's a line for a reason,'" adding that the men mocked his hair and clothes.
As soon as he exited the store, he was attacked.
"I don't know what else I could do," he told local news. "The fifth one at the end came out of the store after purchasing goods, and came up to me and kicked me in the face and said, 'Black Lives Matter, [expletive].'"
The Harris County Precinct posted still images of the assailants on its Facebook page, asking the public for any information on the suspects.