ROSEVILLE, Mich. (Circa) — A 28-year-old employee at a bowling alley in Michigan was attacked after asking a group of "unruly" bowlers to leave, authorities said.
According to Roseville Police, several of the bowlers walked up to the employee counter and one of them reached over it and punched the employee in the face. At the same time, police say another bowler walked behind the counter and started punching and kicking the employee.
The assault continued with the two attackers behind the counter and escalated when one of them hit the employee in the head with a bar stool and then a bowling ball. The employee fell to the ground as the attackers continued to kick the 28-year-old in the head, according to police.
A lookout for two black males in their early twenties was issued by police. One of them was described as wearing a black baseball cap, a white t-shirt with a black short sleeve button-up and the other was described as having braided hair, wearing a white t-shirt and black sweatpants with white stripes on the sides.