The parents of two teens in Fayetteville, North Carolina have turned their children in after seeing them on the news breaking in to a local cell phone repair shop.
The security footage, which aired on New Year’s Eve during the evening news showed five teens breaking in to the store at around 3:30am on December 29th – the parents of the two had been out celebrating, but had recorded the news to watch later. The following day, they turned their children in after confronting them. The children were supposed to be at an older sibling’s house that evening, but the boys decided to go out with some friends and ultimately gave in to peer pressure.
3 of the 5 have been arrested, while two are still at large.
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