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In a troubling incident in Broome, Western Australia, four teenage boys have been accused of threatening a 10-year-old girl and her mother with what appeared to be a firearm in the Cable Beach suburb. The Broome Police responded to reports of the threats, leading to the apprehension of the four boys in the Reid Road area. Two of the juveniles, aged 14, appeared in court facing charges including attempted aggravated armed robbery and threats, while the other two were bailed to appear in court at a later date.

Despite the seriousness of the allegations, police have not yet located the gun involved in the incident and are working to determine if it was a real firearm or a replica. This ongoing investigation highlights concerns around the glorification of gangster behavior among youth and the potential risks associated with such incidents.

All four juveniles are scheduled to face the Broome Children’s Court on May 17. The court proceedings will shed more light on this distressing event and hopefully provide justice for the victims involved.


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Article Title: Teenagers remanded in custody after allegedly threatening mother and daughter with gun in Broome
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