ATLANTA (AP) -- Police in Atlanta are trying to find the victim and witnesses in an attack in the Little Five Points neighborhood after video surfaced on social media.<br />
Atlanta Police Department spokeswoman Kim Jones tells The Atlanta Journal-Constitution ( http://on-ajc.com/1xw2ar2 ) no report was filed after the incident. Police want anyone who witnessed the attack to call them.<br />
Media reports indicate a six-second video of the attack appeared Tuesday on video-sharing site Vine and a longer video is on YouTube.<br />
A video clip shows a person arguing with two men outside a skate shop. Another shows a third man stomping on the person's head. The video doesn't show the person getting knocked down or the attacker approaching the group.<br />
It's not clear when the attack happened.<br />
Anyone with information is asked to call police.
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