A group of about 100 people ransacked a Wawa convenience store in Northeast Philadelphia on Saturday night, and the crimes were recorded and posted on social media, police said.
Philadelphia Police say they’re reviewing the video of "juveniles" breaking and stealing items inside the store on Roosevelt Boulevard at Tyson Avenue around 8:30 p.m. Saturday.
The mob of juveniles caused thousands of dollars’ worth of damage of to the Mayfair Wawa, according to PPD.
"We will seek to identify everybody that was in that Wawa," Philadelphia Police Capt. John Ryan said. "Everything in that Wawa is on video. We are just now getting that video from Wawa corporate."
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Responding officers were able to disperse the teens, police said. Investigators believe they came from a neighboring skating rink, but don't know what triggered the outbreak inside the store.
No injuries were reported, police said.
As of Sunday night, tens of thousands of people had watched and reposted the videos on social media platforms.
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Police said they have yet to make any arrests. Anyone with information is asked to contact PPD’s Northeast Detective Division at 215-686-3153.