A Molokai couple is recovering physically from beating injuries they received during a late night robbery last weekend on Oahu.
But according to their son, they still have emotional scars -- flashbacks over the brutal attack which happened in a flash.
In a matter of seconds, Pancho and Ella Alcon were beaten and robbed.
"My dad was pushed against the wall and then the other guy punched him in the ribs. He just found out he has two broken ribs.My mom got hit in the mouth and her whole face is still sore," said the couple's son.
He added the attack was shocking for its sudden viciousness and because the victims are known for their giving spirit.
"My parents are probably the kindest people you will ever meet, always giving up time and helping out in the community," said the son.
In fact, the Molokai couple was on Oahu because they volunteered to help with the Hawaii Unite Music Festival which was held in Kakaako.
"They were actually at the front selling tickets, handling all the money. Then they stuck around and hung out after," said Alcon's son.
But before the Alcon's were able to enter their secure Makiki condo, they were jumped by the two suspects. The suspects took a backpack and were caught on a neighboring surveillance camera leaving in a white four door vehicle.
The Alcon's son believes the robbery suspect may have thought money from the concert was in the bag, but it wasn't.