Police: Rowdy teens ride bikes inside Monmouth Mall

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Eatontown police are looking for a group of rowdy teens who rode their bikes inside Monmouth Mall this weekend, scaring customers.

Eatontown police say that the incident happened around 2 p.m. Sunday. Witnesses told police that 15 to 20 teens rode though the mall. They were able to get out as quickly as they arrived and eluded police and security guards.

News 12 New Jersey obtained some video of the teens riding through the mall. Police say that they are looking through security footage to try to identify any of the teens.

No one was hurt and no damage was found.

Police say that they are working with Monmouth Mall management to ensure that this does not happen again.

Anyone with any information about the incident is asked to contact Eatontown police.

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