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A pack of 30 teens helped themselves to items in a Maryland 7-Eleven early Sunday morning in what authorities have labeled another instance of a possible flash mob.

The store, which is located in Germantown, Md., was empty at 2 a.m. Sunday morning when a group of teenagers calmly walked in and picked out items as though they were shopping. Then, just as calmly as they entered the store, police say, they exited without paying for the items.

A surveillance video from the store shows a large group of teens taking candy and other snacks. They appear quiet during the incident and some appear to cover their faces with their shirts in an apparent attempt to avoid identification.

“As criminals go, they were pretty neat,” Howard Hersh, a spokesman from the Montgomery County police. “There were no injuries and they didn’t ransack the store.”

He said police are investigating the matter, and have extensive resources in place to track social media in the community that may organize such mob scenes. This is the first instance where a possible flash mob took to a store in the county. No arrests have been made.
(from liveleak.com)

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