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4 Juveniles Caught and Arrested Following Store Theft and Attack

Four Kansas juveniles were taken into custody by police on multiple counts, including aggravated battery and robbery stemming from an incident at a retail store earlier this month. Wichita Police Department says that on Nov. 9 at approximately 10 a.m., police responded to an assault call at TJ Maxx in the 8100 block of East Kellogg.

When police arrived, they spoke to a loss prevention employee, as well as witnesses who reported three suspects shoplifting items from the store and attacking the loss prevention employee when she attempted to stop them.

The three suspects battered the woman by punching and kicking her. A fourth suspect exited a nearby vehicle, beat the victim then took the woman’s cell phone.The employee told police she temporarily lost consciousness and also sustained minor injuries from the attack.

The suspects, a 12-year-old female, and three 15-year-old-females fled the scene in a black Cadillac. Police investigators were able to identify the suspects, whom police arrested, booked, and took to the juvenile detention… KSN News

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