Suspects sought in anti-gay attack near UCLA

The Los Angeles Times
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February 6, 2013

UCLA campus police have released a sketch of a man they say was involved in an anti-gay hate crime against a student. A male student was walking south in the 400 block of Gayley Avenue, near Veteran Avenue, about 1:30 a.m. Jan. 18, when two men got out of a dark-colored, four-door sedan and approached the victim. One of the men threatened him with a knife and made anti-gay slurs, KTLA-TV reported. The two suspects then fled in the vehicle heading south on Gayley. The student suffered scratches and bruises, but declined treatment. One of the suspects is described as a white male about 26 or 27 years old, 5-feet-9 and 160 to 170 pounds. He has brown eyes and a shaved head and was wearing jeans and a gray hooded sweatshirt. The second suspect is described as Latino, also about 26 or 27 years old. He is about 6-feet-4 and 300 pounds. He has long, black hair that was slicked back and was wearing baggy clothing.