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OKC police look for suspects in bowling alley brawl caught on camera

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Updated 3/24/15 at 4:30 p.m.

There is now an arrest warrant for Alexander Chase Lake, the man who broke a beer mug on the head of another male at Fassler Hall.

OKLAHOMA CITY -- A brawl breaks out inside a metro bowling alley, and a video is caught on cell phone.

The fight took place at the upscale bowling alley, Dust Bowl along N.W. 10th St.

Police now want to track down two suspects responsible for the assault.

A night out celebrating a friend's birthday turned painful for Michael Riley.

"I was out trying to have a good time and it was ruined by these two guys," said Riley.

Riley says before the brawl started, the suspects had been heckling him. But they outnumbered him, so Riley didn't want to start a fight.

"I go to leave and two guys start bum rushing me, and I try defending myself and get hit in the head with a big old beer mug," said Riley.

During the assault, the victim got held in a headlock by another suspect.

Police would also like to track that man down.

Luckily for Michael, his injuries could have been a lot worse.

"I did get lucky. I got 4 stitches on the side of my head," said Riley.

Anyone with information on either of those two suspects is asked to contact Crimestoppers at 405-713-7300.

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