Crowds gather in Los Angeles to rob convenience store

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As câmeras de segurança mostram parte dos assaltantes jogando objetos contra os funcionários e vandalizando a loja.

The security cameras show part of the robbers throwing objects at the employees and vandalizing the store.| Photo: Reproduction Twitter

The Los Angeles Police Department, in the United States, reported that on Monday ( ), at 0:00 40, a crowd gathered for a mass robbery after blocking traffic with cars near a 7-Eleven convenience store .

The looters then left the establishment and fled to the parking lots and streets around, quickly dispersing before the police arrived.

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flash mobs refer to a large public gathering in which people perform an unusual or apparently random act and then disperse, following an organization made through the internet or social media. According to the police note, “In the most recent cases, however, the

flash mobs went from spontaneous fun events to criminal occurrences”.

THE Los Angeles police also asked for support from the population for complaints about the suspects for the organization and participation in the crime.

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