At Pat's Steaks in Philadelphia, a Queens man was murdered in front of his father.
Cops in Philadelphia are searching for the killer of a Queens man who was beaten to death in front of his father at the renowned Pat's Steaks restaurant.
According to Philadelphia police, Isidro Cortez, 28, his father, and a friend arrived at Pat's early Thursday morning after seeing a professional soccer game in Chester, Pa.
Cortez, his father, and a friend were involved in an altercation with four males wearing yellow soccer jerseys with the words "Club America" printed across them, cops said. Club America is a Mexico City soccer team that played Wednesday night at Subaru Park in Chester.
According to investigators, the group of four assaulted Cortez, punching, kicking, and striking him with the metal lid of a trash can.
Additionally, the group assaulted Cortez's father, who police did not identify but stated was 64 years old. Additionally, the mob attacked Cortez's companion, a 28-year-old guy who was not identified.
Police were dispatched to the scene at 1:56 a.m. on Thursday. Cortez was pronounced dead on the scene at 2:07 a.m., authorities said.
Cortez's father and a friend were transported to a nearby hospital and were reported to be in stable condition, according to authorities.
The four suspects were identified by police as "light complexion men" in their twenties. They reported late Thursday night that no arrests had been made in the investigation.