A gang of young girls, two of whom were aged 12 and one 13 years old, have been charged with assault and theft, after they allegedly bashed an Adelaide CBD convenience store worker and trashed his store.
CCTV shows five girls walking into the Ezymart in Rundle Mall at 10.30pm on Wednesday.
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The attendant said he realised some of them had been banned from the store previously and asked them to leave.
The girls allegedly ignored his demands, with the security footage showing them moving behind the counter and helping themselves to cigarette lighters.
They allegedly attempt to take the cash register, but when they fail, they begin to trash the store by spiling drinks onto the floor.
The teenagers allegedly trashed the store in Rundle Mall. Credit: SuppliedThree teenagers have been charged with assault and theft over an incident at an Adelaide CBD convenience store. Credit: Supplied
They then allegedly slammed the attendant into the shelves, kicked and spat on him.
After police were called, officers tracked the teens to Bowden Train Station.
Three of them were charged with assault and theft.
During a hearing for two of the accused in the Adelaide Youth Court, the court heard the two teenagers were on bail for other offences at the time of the incident.
The court heard the two girls would be released on bail following the new allegations.
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