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MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Three people were attacked by a large group of teenagers Saturday night.
The incident happened around 9:15 p.m. in the parking lot of the Kroger at Highland and Poplar.
A store employee caught video of the attack.
A 25-year-old man said he was attacked by the group as he walked to his car. Two Kroger employees, 17 and 18, ran to help the man. Both were repeatedly hit in the head and face.
The teens told police pumpkins "in excess of 20 pounds" were thrown on their heads while they were on the ground.
Police say both teens lost consciousness.
Eventually, a security guard stopped the attack.
Kroger confirmed two of their male employees were attacked in the parking lot, taken to the hospital and released to their parents.
The video has spread via Facebook and other social media sites.
Memphis Police Director Toney Director Armstrong released a statement to the media:
"We are fully aware of last night's incidents. It is extremely troubling to see how many young people were involved, especially on the heels of last week's youth forum.
A lot of our citizens are working to provide safe and productive alternatives for our youth. For those that choose not to take advantage of these opportunities, we will work tirelessly to identify, locate and hold you accountable.
Last night's events clearly demonstrates a lack of parental controls and if warranted these parents will also be held accountable."
Investigators are working to identify the ones responsible for this crime.
If any one has any information concerning this incident is asked to contact the Tillman station at 901-636-3214 or Crime Stoppers at 901-528-CASH.
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