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Watch: Ann Arbor bicyclist crashes, then robbed by passers-by

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. (WJBK) -

A 25-year-old was racing away from a suspect on his bike when he hit a curb and fell face first. We're told the victim lost several teeth in the fall, and even swallowed a few. He also fractured his eye and split his lip. The suspect then stole his bike.

Click on the videoplayer above to surveillance footage that shows exactly what happens.
 
A minute later, a woman in pink sneakers came by  the scene of the biker's accident and started riffling through his pockets. She walked away and then returned with a baby stroller and another man, and the pair continued to search the victim.
 
Three people now face felony charges in connection with the case. Police identify them as 21-year-old Audreyanna Little, 19-year-old Jonas Abrams and 39-year-old Willis McGraw.

Ann Arbor Police want to talk to anyone near the 300 Block of Liberty St. last Tuesday around 8:15 p.m. They are reaching out to people that were in the area before, during or after that robbery to learn more about what may have happened.

In the meantime, the victim still remains in the hospital nearly one week later recovering from his injuries with extra caution being taken to look after bleeding in his brain.

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