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3 Teens Attacked On Tubbs Hill

Five males, including one possibly in his 30s, are wanted in connection with a robbery on Tubbs Hill Monday evening. Three teens told police that they met the five in the East Tubbs Hill parking lot at about 8:30 p.m. and joined them in hiking the hill. The victims told police that they hiked about 200 yards up the hill before they were attacked by the other males and beaten up. The victims reported that the five males talk their wallets and cell phones. According to a police news release, the suspects told their victims that their phones would be waiting for them at the base of the hill. The victims later found their phones where the suspects said they would be. No serious injuries were reported. One of the victims recognized one of the assailants from school.

Question: Have you ever been concerned for your safety while hiking Tubbs Hill?




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