Biloxi Police is requesting your assistance in identifying individuals they say were involved in a deadly assault.

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Beating suspects in Biloxi

Biloxi Police is requesting your assistance in identifying individuals they say were involved in a deadly assault.

According to officials, they are wanted for questioning in an assault that occurred on Monday, December 3 at 11:30 p.m. at the South West parking lot of the Mississippi Gulf Coast Coliseum following a concert.

Police say the pictures were taken from surveillance video at the coliseum.

"Basically the coliseum, Mississippi Gulf Coast Coliseum, has surveillance footage around the coliseum and from there where the incident occurred. We tracked it back to where we could get good photos and snapshots of the subjects," said Sgt. Joe Payne with Biloxi Police Department.

Police say the victim was taken to a local hospital where he later died.

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Brad Helsel

Harrison County coroner Gary Hargrove identified the victim as 48-year-old Brad Helsel of Waveland, Mississippi. Reports say Helsel was a Navy veteran and worked at Exxon Mobil in Theodore for 20 years.

Officers remained on scene to investigate the incident. The cause of death is pending results from an autopsy.

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Toi Thornton is a Reporter. His Bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism comes from Dillard University in 2014 and his Master's degree in New Media Journalism from Full Sail University in 2016. He previously worked as the Fox anchor in Lafayette, LA.

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