Four Dartmouth teens charged after two robberies just hours apart

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DARTMOUTH - Four teens are facing charges after two robberies three hours apart.

At 12:50 p.m., police responded to a 14 year-old female who was assaulted and robbed of her cellphone on Brule Street in Dartmouth.

The victim, who police say knew her attackers, was treated by paramedics at the scene for minor injuries.

Two Dartmouth females, aged 14 and 15, were later arrested on Pleasant Street in connection with the robbery. They are each charged with robbery and breach of conditions and due in court on Thursday.

Hours later at 4:30 p.m., police responded to a robbery at the intersection of Skeena Street and Adelaide Avenue in Halifax.

A 16 year-old male gave up his wallet and phone to two males after they threatened him, police say.

Police say eventually found the suspects at a house on Skeena Street. The victim’s property was recovered at the house, police say, and two male teens were arrested.

An 18-year old and 17-year-old are each charged with robbery and due in court Tuesday.


Geographic location: Dartmouth, Skeena Street, Brule Street Pleasant Street Adelaide Avenue

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