A shocking video has appeared in which four Kansas high school students rob a teenager at gunpoint on Halloween.
Four teenagers now face accusations after allegedly carrying out two armed robberies on October 31, including one that was recorded on video and posted on social media where it led to anger.
Police say the four teenagers who attended the Olathe High School in the suburbs of Kansas City were arrested from Monday and charged in juvenile court, each with two crime counts of aggravated theft.
The teenagers, who are not mentioned because they are minors, are said to have launched their Halloween attacks from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Marion's 11700 block and 151st street 18600 block.
Four Kansas high school students have been arrested for armed robberies on Halloween, Olathe police announced Monday. One of those robberies was registered on Snapchat (above) and shows the moment when four male teenagers allegedly attacked a male victim
In the gripping clip, which the police say was shot this Sunday at 4.30 pm, three of the four suspects aim their guns at their teenage victim (pictured left in a white hoodie)
Asuspect hears say: & # 39; Forreal, you're dying, man. Run your pockets n. A. Everything you have, give it to him & # 39; while the victim calls for help and says: & # 39; What do you want? & # 39; A suspect pointing a gun at the victim
Police say the four teenagers who attended Olathe High School in the suburbs of Kansas City were arrested from Monday and charged in juvenile court, each with two crime counts of aggravated theft
Cops confirmed that Snapchat video that surfaced on social media this weekend was related to the four teenage suspects. The disturbing clip shows the four teenagers harassing a young male victim in an SUV.
& # 39; Forreal, you're dying, man. Run your pockets n. A. Everything you have given him, & hears a suspect.
Three people in the car are seen with guns aimed at the teenager, two holding the firearms right next to the young victim's head.
The teenager appears to be in need and says: & # 39; What do you want? What do you want? & # 39;
& # 39; Everything you have & # 39 ;, hears one of the suspects saying.
The teenagers harass the victim by striking his face, taking off his glasses and constantly aiming their guns at his face.
A follow-up Snapchat clip shows the suspects showing off a gun and what they have stolen from the victim – a pair of Airpods and sneakers.
Police say the video was made around 4:30 am while the victim was in a local park. The police spoke to two victims of theft at two separate locations and said that both were robbed of their clothing and electronics
One of the teenagers starts to hit the victim in the head and holds him in the stranglehold.
& # 39; Give me your phone, man. I'm not playing with you & # 39 ;, says a suspect.
Then several suspects begin to push the victim and mess with his hair, making him desperately crying: & # 39; No, please! & # 39;
A sequel SnapChat clip shows the suspects who show what they have stolen from the victim – a pair of Airpods and sneakers.
& # 39; Gang is ** man here. Don't play with our man. Don't play with the gang, man, & hear a suspect say.
Police say the video was made around 4:30 am while the victim was in a local park.
Cops announced on Monday that all four suspects were in custody and have been charged in a juvenile court
Police say they spoke to victims at both reported raid locations and they described similar stories about the attacks.
In both cases, the robbers took clothing and electronics from the victims, said Olathe police.
The teenagers were all men and drove a black SUV, possibly a Ford Escape. They were described as white, black, Spanish and a teenager of unknown origin.
Cops found that SUV and detained the occupants.
The robberies have caused indignation in the community.
& # 39; It's a bit hard to say what's really going on, but yes, it's pretty frightening. I can't believe we've heard anything about it yet, & # 39; said Olath School District parent, Ryan Larue KCTV5.
The school district confirmed that the students are currently enrolled in the district.
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