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- A gang of teenage boys have been accused of theft from stores in Adelaide
- Boys, aged 15 to 17, would have robbed two gas stations on Thursday
- Police officers & # 39; followed a trail of chocolate bars & # 39; before they found four suspects
A gang of teenage boys have been accused of theft after police in Adelaide followed a trail of chocolate bars and lighters.
The boys, between 15 and 17 years old, are said to have robbed two gas stations in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Police say the gang first hit a Unley company and stole a pack of cigarettes and candy bars after threatening the console operator.
A gang of teenage boys are accused of theft after the police in Adelaide followed a trail of chocolate bars and lighters (file photo)
Half an hour later, the teenagers turned to a Glenside gas station on their way with a pack of cigarettes, & # 39; countless & # 39; lighters and various bars of chocolate and other confectionery after they had threatened the worker with scissors, the SA police said.
& # 39; Patrol officers followed a trail of lighters and chocolate bars to find two suspects, while two other suspects were found nearby, police said.
Officers have recovered all stolen goods.
The teenagers are each accused of two counts of aggravated robbery.
Three, 17, 16 and 15 years old, appear on Thursday at Adelaide Youth Court and the fourth, 16 years old, appears later.
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