BALTIMORE (WMAR) - Four boys are facing charges after police say they beat and robbed a man in Baltimore's Little Italy neighborhood on Sunday.
According to a police report by Baltimore City Police, the victim was walking in the 1200 block of Bank Street when he saw 10-15 black guys between the estimated ages of 14 and 24 years old.
Police say the group of boys walked up to the man. The report states that someone shouted, "Hey" before bunching the victim in the face as he responded to the call.
The victim told police that he fell to the ground and was kicked by the group of boys. The man added that the group of men ran off with his cell phone, a Galaxy III, but did not take any cash.
The victim was taken to the hospital, bleeding and with a broken jaw.
Police have arrested the following men in connection to the robbery (the three juveniles have been charged as adults):
The police report describes the incident as an armed robbery, but police have not said if a weapon was used.
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