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Three Juveniles (11, 12 and 16) Arrested for Robbing a Wells Fargo in Houston

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According to multiple news sources, three minors, ages 11, 12, and 16, robbed a Wells Fargo Bank in Houston, Texas. The underage trio was reportedly arrested on Tuesday of this week. 

According to CBS News, the children were unarmed yet charged with robbery by threat, per Houston's FBI division. Because they are juveniles, no additional identifying details will be released, the FBI added. FBI Houston tweeted photos of the so-called "little rascals" on March 14, saying they had robbed the Wells Fargo at 10261 North Freeway. The images showed the suspects, two of whom were wearing hoodies, walking through what appeared to be the bank reception area. They reportedly threatened the tellers and left with an undisclosed amount of money. 

Wells Fargo video footage

Connor Hagan, a spokesperson with FBI Houston, told KPRC 2, "Anecdotally, it's the youngest robbery crew I've seen based on all the pictures we've put out." No details have been provided as to how the minors were apprehended, according to Click2Houston

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