DUBLIN -- Police are investigating whether an attack on a gay Bucks County man over the weekend was motivated by the victim's sexuality.

State police in Dublin are looking for two men who assaulted 40-year-old Brett Saylor along Route 313 near the Dublin Star Diner at about 4:45 a.m. Saturday. Saylor, who was on his way to work, was treated at Doylestown Hospital.

Saylor, who moved to the area four months ago from Louisville, Ky., said the two men called him abusive names indicating they knew about his sexuality. He said they did not take his money or valuables.

State police Sgt. Edward Murphy said the assailants could face a hate crime charge in addition to assault and harassment because of the abuse about the victim's sexuality.