Two highly intoxicated man were attacked and beaten at an entrance to the Port Chester train station early Wednesday morning, according to Port Chester police.
From information obtained through the victims and a witness, police believe the two men were attacked by a group of three men who got away by going up the stairs leading to the train station from Westchester Avenue.
Police received a report about the attack at about 2:30 a.m. Wednesday. Village officers investigating the incident found one man bleeding by the steps to the train station and a second man nearby who had been hit in the head.
The investigation, however, was hampered because both victims were highly intoxicated and could give police little information about their attackers. One of the victims was a 39-year-old Port Chester man, and police were uncertain about the age and hometown of the second man because he was too intoxicated to provide even that basic information.
Police said a witness saw three men in the area running up the stairs of the train station, but village officers could not find them in the area. Both victims were taken to Greenwich Hospital for treatment.
No arrests have been made in connection with the attacks.