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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police arrested four suspects, including three 14-year-old boys, they say robbed two 7-Eleven stores at gunpoint early Saturday morning. The first robbery happened at the 7-Eleven on the 7300 block of Pennway Street.

Police say, minutes later, the suspects robbed the 7-Eleven store near Front Street and Champlost Avenue in Olney.

4 Arrested After Robbing Two 7-Eleven Stores, Crashing Getaway Car, Police Say

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The suspects got away with an unknown amount of cash and cigarettes.

Shortly after, officers spotted the vehicle speeding along Belfield and Ogontz Avenues. That’s when a brief chase ensued and the suspects ended crashing their getaway car, a gold Toyota Corolla, along a residential area on Wister Street in East Germantown, around 6 a.m.

A 37-year-old man and three 14-year-old boys were taken into custody.

Police say a gun was recovered from the vehicle.

One of the suspects was taken to hospital for injuries sustained from the crash. The extent of their injuries is unknown.