Update - 03/06 2:18 p.m. ~
The man that was attacked by two offenders was exiting the DoubleTree Hotel around 2 a.m. with a friend. According to the report, when they entered the parking lot, two black males approached them and grabbed a bottle of Bacardi Rum that the victim was holding.
The victim then walked toward the offenders and attempted to take back his bottle, but was struck in the face instead, the report stated. His friend then took the man to Northwest Community Hospital for treatment.
The suspects were described as two back males, both around 20-years-of-age and stood at about 5-foot-6, police said.
A man received lacerations on his face after being attacked by two unknown offenders outside the DoubleTree Hotel, 9559 Skokie Blvd., on March 3.
The victim also lost two teeth in the attack, police said.
It is unclear what time the incident occurred, but according to police, the man was outside the hotel with a friend and was carrying a bottle. Two offenders then approached him and took the bottle from his hands, police said.
A struggle would soon ensue and the victim was then clocked in the face with the bottle, knocking his teeth out in the process, police said.
The man was ultimately taken to Northwest Community Hospital in Arlington Heights for treatment. It is unclear who took him to the hospital at this time.
Currently, no further details are available. Skokie Patch will update with more information once it becomes available.