Boys Robbed of Bikes at Gunpoint in Middle River

The two 12-year-olds told police that two males approached them, displayed a handgun and stole their bikes on Saturday night.


Two 12-year-old boys were robbed of their bicycles at gunpoint as they attempted to ride home Saturday night in Middle River, authorities said.

According to police reports, the boys were riding their bikes at about 9 p.m. The victims told police that two males followed them and circled around them in the rear of a home on the 1500 block of Foltz Ave.

One of the victims was then knocked to the ground by one of the males who followed them and then displayed a handgun, according to police. The two males then stole the bikes and the boys fled.

The two bicycles were found a short time later, but despite an extensive search by police utilizing K-9 units and air support, the suspects were not located.

CB June 06, 2012 at 05:17 PM
This is a horrible situation. My question is why were two 12 year old boys out after dark anyway? Where are these kids parents? It is a sad crazy world that we live in and this is why parents need to be parents and protect there kids from stuff like this. Yes bad things happen that even parents can not control or should be blamed for...However, If these young kids were not out roaming the streets so late this would not have happend to them. This incident could have been prevented.
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