Reward offered for information on suspects who allegedly assaulted a man at the Galleria

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CLEVELAND - Cleveland police have released surveillance video of the males they believe are responsible for a brutal attack on a man at the Galleria.

Police say in this case, they have identified one juvenile suspect and arrested him. However, they are still searching for the other suspect.

The above surveillance video shows the two suspects back on Jan. 29 at the RTA Station inside Tower City moments before the attack.

Police say around 7:40 a.m., a 48-year-old man walked into the restroom at the Galleria.

That's when police say the two males in the surveillance video beat and robbed him.

Lisa McGuthry has a kiosk inside the Galleria. "It was shocking because this is a really nice place to shop, visit, each lunch.  It's really safe here," said McGuthry.

Police need the public's help in identifying the suspect with the bright blue shoes.

The arrest of one of the suspects eases McGuthry's mind. "It makes me feel awesome because I work here. I use the restroom quite frequently since my business is here," said McGuthry.

Anonymous tips can be called in to Crime Stoppers at 216-252-7463 or at www.25crime.com.

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