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Police investigate large teen fight downtown

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Baltimore police are investigating several reports of a large group of teens fighting in downtown Baltimore on Sunday night.

Baltimore police spokeswoman Det. Sgt. Sarah Connolly said a "large group of juveniles" were congregating at South Howard and West Pratt streets when a fight broke out. Police arrested two of the teens, Connolly said.

Police continue to investigate reports that the teens assaulted people with bricks and sticks and robbed at least one battered person of a phone.

"We are aware of incidents occurring at that location and it's under investigation to determine everything associated with this group of juveniles," Connolly said.

A vehicle involved was instructed by police to stop but Connolly said it drove off, and investigators are trying to determine if the teens inside were involved in any other street crimes around the city.

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