PHOENIX (KSAZ) - Phoenix police are trying to find three suspects accused of beating and robbing two 13-year-old boys in Phoenix.
Officers say on Friday, December 18th at 7 p.m., the two teenage boys were crossing through the fields at Shea Middle School near Shea and 27th Street when they were tackled to the ground. Three white men, each about 20 years old, accosted the two victims, and one of the men threatened them with a knife, according to Silent Witness.
The three suspects stole the boys' property and took off on BMX-style bicycles, police say, and one of the three boys suffered a broken wrist during the attack.
The three suspects are all described as white men who are 20 years old. One of them is described as about five feet eight inches and 180 pounds, the second one is about five feet ten inches and about 190 pounds. The third suspect was wearing a goatee and is described as five feet eight inches and 160 pounds.
If you have any information about this attack, you are urged to call Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS. There is a reward of up to $1,000 involved and you can remain anonymous.