A mob of teenagers in Chicago was caught committing a bold crime on store surveillance footage. But the teens weren't going after the cash register.
Instead, the teens raiding a Wicker Park store last weekend stole more than $3,000 worth of jeans, CBS reported. Mildblend Supply Co. owner Luke Cho posted the surveillance footage on YouTube hoping to identify the robbers.
"They came marching in and basically ransacked the place and tried to grab whatever they could,” Cho told Fox News.
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Cho says his staff of four people was no match for the teenagers, who physically pushed employees out of their way, the Chicago Sun-Times reported. Cho said that he locked the doors to prevent a dozen or so teenagers from entering, but the teens already inside broke the lock as they stormed out. “We were standing by the door. My staff got cuts and bruises and banged around until [the thieves] unlocked the door and got out," he told the paper.
Police are investigating the mob theft, but no arrests have been made yet, ABC reported. Watch footage of the theft below: