Shocking moment brazen beasts loot Wawa store in Philadelphia

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Shocking moment brazen thugs ransack Philadelphia’s Wawa store while tossing merchandise, cackling and laying a TWERKS on a counter

  • A group of what appeared to be teenagers ransacked the Wawa store in Philadelphia’s Mayfair neighborhood Saturday night
  • The crowd could be seen grabbing merchandise, throwing it around the store, screaming and twerking while others yelled at them
  • It was the latest of those incidents, with Wawa’s being looted and ransacked across Philadelphia as robberies soared more than 40 percent that year
  • The Wawa was previously attacked by a gunman who also robbed another Philadelphia location of the store earlier this month

A group of brazen beasts were spotted looting a Wawa store in Philadelphia’s Mayfair neighborhood on Saturday night.

Shocking footage from inside the stores shows staff standing behind a counter as a large group of what appeared to be mostly youth ransacked the store. CBS reports.

“You’re all stupid,” one of the people behind the counter was heard saying as the group cheered, twerked and cackled, throwing cans and bags in the air.

“You’re all ugly, stupid, broke,” the man adds, but the crowd continues to ransack the store, grabbing merchandise from the shelves and throwing them through the air.

The incident came weeks after shops in Philys Center City were forced to close early after dozens of youths, including a number of Wawas, reportedly searched the area.

A group of what appeared to be teenagers raided the Wawa convenience store in Philadelphia’s Mayfair neighborhood on Saturday night (above).

As they were destroying shelves, a delinquent could be seen standing on a counter and twerking

As they were destroying shelves, a delinquent could be seen standing on a counter and twerking

As the search continued, a man could be heard behind a counter yelling at the crowd

As the search continued, a man could be heard behind a counter yelling at the crowd

It was the latest of those incidents, with Wawa's being looted and ransacked across Philadelphia as robberies soared more than 40 percent that year

It was the latest of those incidents, with Wawa’s being looted and ransacked across Philadelphia as robberies soared more than 40 percent that year

Pictured: The aftermath of Saturday night's chaos at Wawa

Pictured: The aftermath of Saturday night’s chaos at Wawa

The Philadelphia Police Department has not yet commented on the recent incident at the Wawa in the County of Mayfair.

The department earlier this month added security just ten miles away in Center City, where a number of Wawa locations and other businesses were attacked by a group of young offenders.

Police said some of the youths in the incident were taken into custody.

In addition to the seemingly worrying trend of underage ransacking his stores, Philadelphia locations have also been ravaged by a serial robber.

The unknown suspect was seen breaking into the same Wawa after the incident on Saturday, September 8, robbing the store at gunpoint and taking $250.

Three days later, the gunman robbed the Wawa on Roosevelt Boulevard, this time stealing $200.

Wawa has offered a $5,000 reward for information leading to his arrest.

The Wawa was previously attacked by a suspect who robbed another location of the store in Philadelphia earlier this month.  Wawa has offered a $5,000 reward, leading to his arrest

The Wawa was previously attacked by a suspect who robbed another location of the store in Philadelphia earlier this month. Wawa has offered a $5,000 reward, leading to his arrest

Robberies and common crime continue to ramp up in the city of brotherly love

Robberies and common crime continue to ramp up in the city of brotherly love

The city of brotherly love has seen a drastic rise in violence, with overall crime up more than 26 percent so far this year compared to the same time in 2021.

While assault and rape saw a notable decline this year, homicides fell just 1.8 percent, from 378 incidents last year to 385 so far this year.

Meanwhile, the number of shooting victims has risen 3.4 percent, with police reporting 1,706 cases so far this year, up from 1,650 last year.

Robberies have seen the largest increase, with 4,199 cases reported this year, up 40.5 percent from the 3,042 reported last year.

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