Suspects sought in violent attack, robbery in San Francisco's Chinatown

Police released surveillance video and images of the suspects wanted in a strong-armed robbery that happened in San Francisco's Chinatown. 

Authorities say on July 15 around 1:05 p.m. officers were called to Stockton and Pacific Streets on a report of a robbery.

Upon arrival, they found two victims who had been assaulted. 

Officers say three men approached the first victim, a 56-year-old San Francisco man, lifting him up off his feet and then throwing him to the ground.

The second victim, a 69-year-old San Francisco resident, tried to intervene and was knocked unconscious. 

Police say during the attack, the suspects stole a watch from the first victim. 

Both were transported to a local hospital for head injuries and have since been treated and released.