UPDATE: The Victim of Today's Brutal Car Jacking is 56-Year-Old Anthony Burnside

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UPDATE: The name of the 56-year-old car jacking victim is Anthony Burnside.

Actions 19 News reported that Burnside went to Kerruish park around 2 p.m. today to meet two males. The reason for their meeting is unclear.

As the victim exited his vehicle to talk to the men, one of the males pulled out a gun and demanded Burnside's property. The victim said he was then pistol whipped and the suspects jumped into his 1998 gold Chrysler Concord (license plate FLG6012).

As the men drove away, they fire a shot at Burnside.

19 Action News released this description of the two suspects: "Both are described as black males with dark complexions and "low" "fade" haircuts. Both suspects reportedly are missing several front teeth. One suspect is 5'10"/170 wearing a dark t-shirt and gray shorts and the second is 5'10"/200 wearing a yellow shirt."

The suspects are still on the run.

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A violent car jacking took place today at approximately 2 p.m. today at Kerruish Park on Cleveland's east side.

A 59-year-old man was shot by unknown suspects, Fox 8 News reported.

The victim was brought to the Maple Heights Police station by someone who discovered the bleeding man after the assault.

The man is currently undergoing treatment at Marymount Hospital.

Nothing more is known on the suspects.

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