BALTIMORE, Md. - UPDATE-- Baltimore police have arrested three teenagers suspected of committing multiple cell phone robberies and carjackings in the Northeast, Northern and Southeast districts, according to a Baltimore City police spokesman.
Two of the three suspects, a 15- and 16-year-old will be charged as juveniles. The third suspect, a 17-year-old whose named was withheld from the media, will be charged as an adult.
The suspects are suspected of committing 12 robberies in the Northern District and eight robberies in the Northeastern District. The suspects are also being tied to two carjackings.
Spokesman Sgt. Eric Kowalczyk said detectives are following up leads that may connect the suspects to further incidents in the Southeastern District as well.
"Detectives have been working around the clock on this … we want communities to know that were going to do everything we can to make neighborhoods safer," Kowalczyk said.
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