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Teen Mob Robs Texas Convenience Store

BRYAN, TX -- A crowd of teens swarmed a Texas convenience store last Saturday, vandalizing, stealing and even twerking as they ransacked the store for 20 minutes.
BRYAN, TX -- A crowd of teens swarmed a Texas convenience store last Saturday, vandalizing, stealing and even twerking as they ransacked the store for 20 minutes.

According to KBTX in Bryan, Texas, it happened at the Chevron Gas station at Sandy Point Road and U.S. Highway 21. Five security cameras from the Chevron Gas station at Sandy Point Road and U.S. Highway 21 in Bryan show 30 to 40 kids, ages eight to 17, milling around the parking lot then ambushing the store.

"You start seeing this young lady yelling, 'Hey, come on in and get it! They're giving away free stuff!'" a store clerk told KBTX. "They started taking everything so I figured I'd shut the door and keep everyone separated, but as you can see I was overwhelmed.”

He said he could get to a phone to call the cops until after the crowd left.

Police say the suspects could be charged with vandalism, theft, organized crime and even assault and several parents have come forward to police with statements, according to KBTX.

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