Police: Group of teens chase victims through Capitol Hill
SEATTLE -- A group of would-be teenage robbers chased two victims through Capitol Hill Monday night after one of the victims refused to give up his shirt, according to the Seattle Police Department.
A 16-year-old and his friend were walking on East Pine Street around 9:30 p.m. to visit the 16-year-old's mother, who works at a Shell Station on Broadway.
According to police, a group of four teenagers confronted the victims and told the 16-year-old to hand over his shirt. When the 16-year-old refused, one of the teens reportedly punched him in the back of the head.
The two victims started running, and the teens chased them all the way to the Shell Station, where the 16-year-old's mother called 911, according to police.
Officers arrived and arrested two of the teens after chasing them into a nearby business. They were booked into the Youth Services Center for investigation of robbery.
The two remaining teens were not found.