By: Liz Tufts
The search is on for two men accused of brutally attacking a disabled man in Pawtucket and robbing him of 42 dollars.
50–year–old Kevin Paquette is too afraid to show us his face on camera, but he is showing us some of his injuries. Paquette was leaving gee's liquor store on Broadway Sunday night, when two men walked in behind him. "I had a feeling something bad was going to happen, " says Paquette.
His gut feeling was right. As he walked home he says those two men jumped him from behind. "Next thing you know it was bang bang bang, a pair of brass knuckles, " says Paquette.
He was knocked unconscious. The suspects getting away with all of his money. "They got away with my money every penny.. I had 42 dollars, " adds Paquette.
Paquette says he's never seen the two men before but luckily the store's surveillance camera's captured these images. The store's owner hopes the ten cameras he has set up picked up enough evidence for police to catch the suspects.
As for paquette, he's just hoping the men don't come back because he knows the next time he may not be as lucky.