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Balaclava-clad teenagers storm into Perth Gucci store before posting videos of haul on Snapchat 

Group of balaclava-clad teenagers storm into a Gucci store and steal thousands of dollars worth of luxury items before posting videos of their haul on Snapchat

  • Teenagers stormed Gucci store and stole thousands of dollars of luxury goods 
  • The gang of five then boasted about their haul on Snapchat and Instagram
  • Photos shared online showed the group running and cheering on street outside 
  • The group also posed with their haul in a park wearing balaclavas and hoodies
  • Boys aged between 14 and 17 all charged with stealing and aggravated burglary

A group of teenagers stormed a luxury Gucci store and stole thousands of dollars worth of designer items before bragging about it online.

The five balaclava and hoodie-clad teenagers stole multiple handbags as well as clothes after breaking into the store on Perth’s King Street about 2.20am on Tuesday morning.

The group then boasted about their haul on Snapchat and Instagram – filming themselves running and cheering on the street outside before posing with the goods together in a park.

 

Five balaclava-clad teenagers are pictured boasting about their haul after storming a Gucci store and stealing luxury goods

One of the teenagers was also pictured on an Instagram account holding up to the camera about a dozen one hundred dollar bills

One of the teenagers was also pictured on an Instagram account holding up to the camera about a dozen one hundred dollar bills

One of the teenagers was also pictured on an Instagram account holding up to the camera about a dozen one hundred dollar bills, according to WA Today.

The five boys aged between 14 and 17 have all been charged with stealing and aggravated burglary after the posts drew the attention of Western Australia Police.

‘Five juveniles were arrested a few hours later and all of the stolen items were recovered,’ a WA police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia.

Western Australia police said the boys were arrested just hours after the theft and the stolen items were recovered

Western Australia police said the boys were arrested just hours after the theft and the stolen items were recovered

CCTV footage also showed the boys walking the street a matter of minutes before the burglary took place with gloves on their hands and the balaclavas covering their faces.

A 15-year-old boy faced Perth’s Children Court on Wednesday, and will reappear at the court on March 4.

The others, aged 14, 15, 16 and 17, are due to face the children’s court on February 17.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk