WICHITA — Police are still looking for two suspects involved in a bar fight that left two brothers injured early Sunday morning.
A 21-year-old man suffered a cut above his eye when he was punched shortly before 2:45 a.m. Sunday at the bar at 767 N. West St., police said. Two pairs of men were reported to have been arguing in the bar.
When the men moved the disagreement outside, the 24-year-old brother of the injured man was shot in the mouth by one of the suspects. His lips and tongue were cut and several teeth were damaged, police said.
He was taken by private vehicle to Via Christi Regional Medical Center-St. Joseph Campus, then transferred to the St. Francis campus for treatment of wounds that are not life-threatening.
One of the suspects is a white man about 5-feet-9 and 160 pounds, the victims told police. He was wearing a brown leather coat, blue jeans and a light brown button-up shirt.
The second suspect is a heavy-set white man with blond hair and a camouflage hat.