New Orleans police have identified a third suspect in an attack on a Domino’s delivery person on Bourbon Street earlier this month.

Tydarrious Thames, 22, of Laurel, Mississippi, has been identified as a suspect. An arrest warrant has been obtained, the New Orleans Police Department said in a news release. Thames remains at-large.

Around 1:40 a.m. on Feb. 14, the pizza delivery driver told police he was riding his bicycle in the 500 block of Bourbon Street when four men stopped him. The victim told police that the suspects asked him to purchase pizza by the slice. When the victim told the suspects he could not sell individual slices, they allegedly attacked him.

Police obtained video surveillance of the incident, which showed the suspects pulling the victim off his bicycle and attacking him. Witnesses told police that the suspects fled the scene after an onlooker attempted to break up the fight.

Around 3:45 a.m., an NOPD officer spotted the four suspects in the 600 block of Conti Street. Officers arrested Rashad Jermaine Hardy, 20, and Derrick Devante Pruitt, 21. They were each booked on second-degree battery.

A fourth suspect has not been identified, police said.