Police: 2 people playing ‘Pokemon Go’ attacked in Smithtown

Police say two people playing "Pokemon Go" were attacked in Smithtown.

(7/16/16)

SMITHTOWN - Police say two people playing "Pokemon Go" were attacked in Smithtown.

They say it happened Tuesday night outside the People's United Bank on East Main Street.

Police say the victims were approached by four men and a woman.

One of the suspects punched the victims after telling them to move, police say.

The suspects then fled the scene.

Police say the victims weren't seriously hurt.

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