DAILYKENN.com -- Police in Indianapolis released a security video of a shoplifting mob in action.
One of the alleged thieves was turned in to authorities by his own grandparents who viewed the video.
The teen was one of a group of seven teens accused of ransacking the convenient stores through the area.
The teens routinely attacked convenient stores by overwhelming employees.
Flash mob attacks were once commonly reported by local media across the country. Such reports are seldom seen, ostensibly because they contradict the cultural Marxism narrative that blacks are victims of white oppression.
An Indianapolis teen who failed to “get his life right” was handed over to police by his own grandparents after they spotted him on surveillance footage released by authorities to track down a group of youngsters carrying out thefts in the area.
Charles Floyd and his wife recognized their grandson in a video showing a gas station being ransacked by a group who stole candy and other items, stuffing them into bags.
The video was released on Thursday by the Metropolitan Police Department who were looking for information on a group carrying out raids on gas stations in the area. Police described the group as having a “mob-style mentality.”
“It’s like 500 to 600 dollars each time you know. There’s seven kids and they keep doing it. They never stop,” said the store owner.
Reports originally said it was the parents who turned Jonathan Radcliff in, but it was the grandparents, who said they had warned him about his behaviour and knew he had done this before.
The grandparents drove him to the police station where he gave a statement and admitted to being involved in a number of the thefts.
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