2 men arrested for attacking man in E. Quogue

Cops say an East Quogue man was beaten with a baseball bat and then robbed.Southampton Police say the victim was standing on the road early

EAST QUOGUE - Cops say an East Quogue man was beaten with a baseball bat and then robbed.

Southampton Police say the victim was standing on the road early Sunday morning when the incident happened. Cops say two men beat the man with a bat and stole $275 out of his wallet.

Ricardo Appling of East Quoge and Oleg Suleymanov of Hampton Bays are both under arrest for the alleged attack.

The unidentified victim is being treated at the hospital and is expected to be OK.

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