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Toronto Toronto police charge twin brothers with assault after man beaten unconscious in city’s east end

Toronto police say two brothers have been charged after a man was allegedly beaten unconscious with baseball bats.

Police say they were called to the city’s east end on Saturday evening where officers located a man with serious injuries.

They say the man was beaten with baseball bats by four men who then drove away in a van.

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Police say the man was rushed to hospital with life-threatening injuries and he is now in stable condition.

Investigators say the twin brothers have been charged with aggravated assault and assault with a weapon.

Police say they are still searching for the two other suspects.

Investigators say the suspects and the victim were not known to each other.

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