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Adelaide teens allegedly threaten people with scissors

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Two teenage girls have been charged after they allegedly threatened a ride share driver and supermarket staff with scissors, and petrol station staff with spray cans in Adelaide.

The alleged crime spree began when three teenagers allegedly attempted to steal a ride share driver's car on Grange Road, Flinders Park, on October 30.

South Australian Police allege the driver ran into the petrol station where the girls allegedly threatened him with scissors and demanded his keys.

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The girls also allegedly threated staff, demanded their keys but then ran away with multiple food items.

The girls allegedly stole alcohol from a bottle shop in Blair Athol on December 8.

"On Tuesday 10 January, two teenage girls entered a service station on the corner of Henley Beach and Tapleys Hill Roads, Fulham Gardens and allegedly threatened staff with spray cans before leaving on foot with cigarettes and food items," SA Police said in a statement.

"Then on Thursday 12 January, two teenage girls entered a supermarket on Grange Road, Findon and allegedly tried to steal two electric scooters."

Officer allege they used scissors to threaten staff and also spat at them.

Police arrested a 13-year-old girl and 16-year-old girl from Valley View.

They were granted bail in the Adelaide Youth Court yesterday.



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