A 14-year-old female student from Stone Mountain High School told police three boys approached her as she walked home after class and forcibly took her iPhone.
The girl was walking eastbound on Central Drive near the North Hairston Road intersection on Sept. 24 at 3:30 p.m. A boy with his face covered by a hooded shirt blocked her path "and refused to move," according to the incident report. Another suspect "walked behind the victim and restrained her." The boy in front of her then "forcefully grabbed the victim's iPhone 4 from out of her possession" and gave it to a third suspect.
"All the suspects took off in different directions," the report continued. The girl told police she did not know their identities but "believes that the suspects do attend her school." She was able to describe what they wore and estimated their ages to be 15-16.
The girl was not injured, and police are investigating the incident.