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Teens Held Up at House Party

Bucks County police tell NBC10 that six teens showed up to the party with the intention of robbing party-goers.



    Police say a Bucks County teen was having a party with friends -- while his parents were away -- when they were robbed at gunpoint by two uninvited teens. NBC10's Jesse Gary reports. (Published Friday, Aug. 17, 2012)

    An underage gathering ended when six teens showed up -- two of them with the intention of robbing party-goers, police tell NBC10.

    Investigators say that a teen had friends (aged 18 to 20) over to his house on Hedgerow Drive in Falls Township, Bucks County while his parents were away Thursday night.

    Around 11:30 p.m., six teens showed up, one of them armed. Police tell NBC10 that the armed teen held a gun to the heads of the kids in the house while another rummaged through their pockets.

    Two of the victims were pistol-whipped. It is unknown if the gun was real or fake. Both were taken to Aria-Torresdale Hospital where they were treated and released.

    One of the six uninvited guests was questioned by police as a person of interest, but was not charged.

    Police tell NBC10 it's only a matter of time before they locate the suspects because they were accquaintances of the teen throwing the party.