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Two Cleveland EMS workers robbed at gunpoint

Two teenage suspects are under arrest. A third is still wanted by police.
Credit: Craig Roberson, WKYC

CLEVELAND — Two Cleveland Emergency Medical Service workers were robbed at gunpoint outside an EMS service station early Saturday morning, Cleveland police confirmed to 3News.

According to CPD, the attack happened around 7 a.m. at 4665 Stickney Avenue on the west side of the city. 

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The two workers had just gotten off their shift, started their cars to warm them up, and stepped away. When the EMS workers came back, they found three teenagers trying to steal the cars. The workers attempted to fight, but one of the teens pulled out a gun. 

CPD says the the teen with the firearm is a 13-14 year old boy who has been identified, but was able to flee the scene.

The two other suspects, identified as 13 and 14 year old boys, were arrested shortly after the incident. 

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Both EMS workers have minor injuries, but no other information was released from officials at this time. 

Cleveland police are investigating the matter.

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