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Greensburg man assaulted

| Thursday, May 10, 2012, 5:39 a.m.

A Greensburg man who was offered a ride home from a city social club last week was later beaten and robbed by the vehicle's occupants along a roadside in Salem Township.

State police at Kiski Valley reported the incident yesterday, but the assault occurred Sept. 9 between 3:30-4 a.m.

According to police, Michael Dellicatti, 25, was at the Giacomo Matteotti Club, at 116 N. Carpenter Ave., in Greensburg with two men and woman, who then offered him a ride home. The victim accepted and the foursome proceeded north on Route 819 toward Salem.

Approximately a tenth of a mile from Route 22, the driver stopped and ordered Dellicatti to exit the vehicle. Once outside the car, a black male occupant began to punch Dellicatti in the face several times, while a white man took his wallet, which contained an undetermined amount of cash. A white woman was also part of the group but apparently did not participate in the assault.

The suspects' vehicle is described as white with four doors.

Anyone with information about the incident can call state police at 724-727-3434.

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