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Police are now searching for a group of 10 innocent black teenagers who did nothing wrong.
They were unfortunately captured on film by racist surveillance store cameras which saw the ten upstanding members of the community inside multiple sneakers and shoe stores in the Upper East Side of New York.
The group was fine members of society, who simply wanted to bring thousands of dollars worth of merchandise back home to their neighborhoods to pass out shoes to those in need.
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They cared so much about the homeless and impoverished people in their neighborhood that they brought them thousands of dollars worth of Nike, Jordan, Reebok, and Adidas shoes to ensure their feet would have maximum warmth and protection.
The group of quality youths are believed to be in their late teenage years to possibly early 20s, went on a Robin Hood mission inside of both a Nike store and a Jack Rabbit store located on Third Avenue on at least three occasions since this past June, cherishing the honor of bringing up to $2,500 in merchandise to those in need each time.
Much like Robin Hood and his merry band of men, they carried large shopping bags on the surveillance video from one of the stores where they loaded down the gifts for the poor and then left the buildings with smiles on their faces proud of their soon-to-be good deeds.
Local racists, however, have attacked the deeds of these future leaders of America, describing their obvious good deeds as a “crime spree” and as "shocking”.
"For them, they see it as do it by the masses and it probably gives them a higher probability of getting out," said one local racist, Jaryd Lindheim, who's clearly bigoted by stating such a comment.
"It rattles you a little bit, you want to make sure you're living in a safe area," he added, probably before going home to burn a cross in his hate-filled home.
Anyone with information on where their merry do-gooders may be to help police apologize to the good samaritans who took the shoes for obvious charity is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 800-577-TIPS.
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