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Ad Company Donates Billboards to Help Find Suspects in Giants Fan Dodger Stadium Beating

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San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow has been in a coma since his attack by unknown assailant in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium on March 31st. Authorities are continuing to work to locate the suspects in the brutal beating, and today hundreds of billboards will go up around the city to help find them, reports CBS2. The billboards have been donated by an outdoor advertising company.

The billboards, from Lamar Advertising Company "will include sketches and information about the men who allegedly attacked [...] Stow, as well information about a $100,000 reward." 200 billboards will be put up today, and another 100 go up on Monday.

Stow's family are hopeful not only for the recovery of their loved one, but that these billboards will get results.