A 28-year-old Columbus man told police that two unidentified men pistol whipped him late Saturday night during an altercation at a party on Forsyth Street, according to a report.
The first suspect was described as a slim 5-foot-6 tall black man who weighs 160 pounds and has a box haircut. The second offender was described as a tall black man with slim build and a low haircut. The second suspect wore a white graphic t-shirt during the incident, police said in the report.
No one has been arrested or charged in the case, authorities said.
Officials said they were called to the Midtown Medical Center Saturday.
They met with the victim, who had a cut on the left side of his face and behind his ear as a result of the attack, police said.
The 28-year-old man told police that he and his girlfriend got involved in a verbal altercation with the men while at a house party in the 2200 block of Forysyth Street. The victim said the confrontation turned physical when the men struck him with the gun, but he didn't not mention the details of the argument in the report.
Police continue to investigate the incident.