Orange Police are looking for suspects responsible for attacking a videographer at a location in the city Thursday.
According to Orange Police, the incident happened in the 200 block of Central Avenue on December 23, at approximately 6:29 p.m.
Officers were dispatched to the address to investigate reports of a strong-arm robbery.
Police said upon arrival, police met with the 25-year-old Marlton man, who stated that he was beaten and robbed by three black males on Pierson Street.
Orange Police said the victim stated that he was recording a video shoot for the three black males when they assaulted and robbed him for his credit cards and camera equipment.
"They physically and verbally forced him to give up his pin number to his credit card," the victim told Orange Police.
According to the victim, the suspects then proceeded to his vehicle, where they stole a laptop before fleeing the scene on foot.
After the violent assault, in fear of his life, the Burlington County resident reportedly returned to his vehicle and drove off to the area of Central Avenue, where he was able to get in contact with Orange Police.
Police say they found the victim bleeding from his nose, and he was complaining of body aches.
EMS units were dispatched and arrived on the scene to conduct medical attention, but the victim refused to be transported to the hospital and did not want further medical attention.
Orange Police detectives took over the active and ongoing investigation.