A group home caretaker was assaulted and robbed by 5 teenagers who lived at the group home, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
The incident happened on Saturday at a group home in Palmetto, about 22 miles southwest of Atlanta.
According to police, the 5 teens overpowered the caretaker. One teenager duct-taped and beat the caretaker, then that teen and four others stole the caretaker’s cell phones and car and drove away from the home.
The teens crashed the vehicle a short distance away from the home and ran. Two of the teens — Vanessa Hammons, 17, and a 15-year-old juvenile — were caught near the home.
Kiante Williams, 17, (pictured above left), Shanautica Hardy, 17, (above right) and a 16-year-old juvenile are still at large. Hardy and Williams are wanted for robbery, battery, and obstruction, police said. Police believe the three girls may be in the Old National Highway area.
Police are asking for help in finding the teens. Anyone with information on them, are asked to call Sgt. Lee Gragg of the Palmetto Police Department at 770-463-9068.