Police say a man who was snowblowing a driveway in Limington on Sunday afternoon was “severely” beaten by two other men who did not like the way he had interacted with a female acquaintance.

York County Sheriff William L. King Jr. said deputies found the victim, who was not named, bleeding from the mouth at a home on Hemlock Lane. Police said he lost two teeth and possibly suffered broken ribs. He was transported by ambulance to Maine Medical Center in Portland.

King said the man was removing snow from a driveway when his former girlfriend approached him. The woman left after having a discussion with the man.

George Gilliam, 45, of Limerick, and Thomas Robertshaw, 63, of Limington, went to the property and confronted the man, according to King. He said Gilliam and Robertshaw beat the man and left before police arrived.

During their investigation, deputies said the suspects returned to the property and were arrested. Gilliam and Robertshaw were each charged with a felony count of aggravated assault.

They were being held Sunday night at the York County Jail. Each man’s bail was set at $1,000 cash. They are scheduled to appear in Superior Court in Alfred on April 1.