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Authorities warn of ‘group of about 10 juveniles’ that allegedly assaulted, robbed pedestrians in Jamaica Plain

Authorities are warning the general public to be vigilant when strolling in Jamaica Plain after police have investigated a number of assaults and robberies in current days, allegedly dedicated by a bunch of youngsters and youngsters.

Massachusetts State Police and Boston police have responded to quite a few incidents within the Jackson Square and Southwest Corridor space of the neighborhood wherein pedestrians had been assaulted and their cell telephones or different electronics had been stolen from them, state police stated in an announcement Friday.

Officials stated an investigation indicated “a group of around 10 juveniles, ranging in age from elementary-school age to teenager” is allegedly accountable.

“Police have increased patrol frequency in the area,” state police stated. “Pedestrians who travel in that area are urged to be aware of their surroundings at all times and to not … openly display phones or other electronics. Anyone who feels that his or her safety is threatened should call 911, as should anyone who observes suspicious people or activity.”

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