WAREHAM — Two men are arrested for allegedly beating a man and robbing him in Wareham.

Friday morning at about 3:30 a.m., Wareham Police responded to the area of Depot Street and Cranberry Highway for a report that a male had been attacked and robbed. At the scene, Officer Ryan Turner met a male who was bleeding from his face, hands and elbows.

The victim reported that he had been jumped from behind, thrown to the ground, and kicked about his body by two males. One of the males then reached into the victim's pockets and stole money from his wallet.

EMS was summoned to the scene, and a search began for the suspects who were reported to be on foot.

A short while later, the suspects were located on Glen Charlie Road by Sgt. Herbert Noble and Officer Christopher Corner. They were identified as Ronald Pina, 30, of Wareham, and Dominique Bell, 21, also of Wareham. Both men were placed under arrest, transported to Wareham Police headquarters and held until being brought to Wareham District Court for arraignment.

The victim was treated and released from Tobey Hospital. The stolen money was recovered from the suspects.

Both Pina and Bell are charged with unarmed robbery, assault and battery and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

--Wareham Police

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