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Los Angeles police detain group defending store on live television, while would-be burglars flee

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

In a surreal scene, Los Angeles police detained a group of innocent people while a local reporter screamed that they were letting the would-be burglars get away.
Police were responding to a confrontation between two groups: men who appeared to be trying to burglarize a nearby gold store, and others - some armed - who were trying to scare them off.
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In what a local newscaster termed "one of the most surreal moments" in an increasingly surreal time, Los Angeles police were seen on live television briefly detaining a group of people that had...
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