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Target Robbed in Visalia; Suspects Almost Run Over Employees, Police Say

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VISALIA, Calif. (KMPH) -

Two teens are facing charges after Visalia police say they tried to rob a Target store.

It happened Sunday afternoon on N. Dinuba in Visalia.

Police say store employees were trying to hold one of the boys, after they say he stole some electronics.

Officers say his friend used a car to try to run those workers down.

Both teens left.

They were later arrested on robbery and theft charges.

Visalia police say they are believed to have stolen from several businesses in the area at least three times before, including Macy's, and Shoe Farm.

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