Fort Worth: Six teens arrested for crime spree

Six Fort Worth teens arrested for crime spree
Photo credit Fort Worth Police Department

Fort Worth police have arrested six teenagers - accused of a crime spree that involves carjacking, armed robbery, and burglary.

Police say the first incident happened early Monday morning when officers got word of a man who was carjacked after one of the female suspects asked him for a ride. Police say that's when he was ambushed by the male suspects who were armed. They took his car - and his keys - and police say they went to his house and burglarized it.

Police later learned the same group stole someone's car in North Richland Hills and assaulted the owner. Police later got word both stolen cars were at a home in Fort Worth. Officers tracked them down and arrested them all.

Police do believe the robberies were targeted. The victims range in age from 16 to 19 and face charges ranging from aggravated robbery to burglary of a habitation.

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