FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Police say they need help identifying four suspects in an assault at a large event in Fort Worth involving popular YouTube prank channel Nelk Boys.
Officers responded to the 2700 block of Main Street on Monday, March 15, at around 6:50 p.m. in regards to a tow truck driver being assaulted, according to police.READ MORE: 2 People Found Dead Inside Abandoned School In Parker County
Police say they learned the driver of a vehicle that was being towed demanded that his vehicle be dropped by the tow truck driver.
Four people then assaulted the tow truck driver, according to police. The department released video of the incident and asked for help in identifying them.
Detectives need assistance in identifying these 4 suspects involved in an assault on March 15 at 2718 N. Main St…during a #NelkBoys meet up.READ MORE: Tony Evans Jr., Lancaster Football Player And University Of Wyoming Recruit, Killed In Shooting At Dallas Hotel
Please call 817-392-4635 if you know who they are. pic.twitter.com/gyzucl3Dne
— Fort Worth Police (@fortworthpd) April 1, 2021
Further information has not yet been released as police continue to investigate.
Video from the event showed people climbing onto the roof of a nearby Sonic drive-thru location and the crowd running away from the scene as officers arrived.MORE NEWS: 11-Year-Old Fatally Shot By Child Who Found Gun In Vehicle At Dallas Walmart, Police Say
The Nelk Boys is a popular YouTube channel from Canada known for pranks and vlogs.