Group of juveniles attack Annapolis ice cream truck with rocks

An ice cream truck had one of its windows smashed in Annapolis on Thursday after a group of about 15 juveniles attacked it with rocks, according to Annapolis Police.

Officers responded to the 400 block of Captains Circle about 4 p.m. for a report of juveniles throwing rocks at the vehicle and found it with one of its side windows shattered, police said.

The driver of the truck, who was inside it at the time of the incident, was not injured, said Sgt. Eric Crane, a police spokesman.

But, the man's wallet was stolen from the center console of the truck, Crane said.

"He gets out to assess the damage to his truck and at that point, one of the kids goes into the truck and steals the wallet," Crane said.

Police have made no arrests, and the investigation is ongoing, Crane said.

"It's pretty sad when an ice cream truck gets rocks thrown at it," he said.

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