Video appears to show clerk pistol-whipped in alleged teenage crime spree spanning several counties

Video: New video released in alleged teenage crime spree

SUMTER COUNTY, Fla. — New surveillance shows three of four teenagers accused of a string of violent crimes across several Central Florida counties.

Deputies said the teens are between the ages of 14 and 16, but suspect another person -- possibly an adult -- may have been monitoring them during the crimes as part of a gang initiation.

The Sumter County Sheriff's Office said that the armed robbery suspects are all teens from the Orlando area.

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The video shows the attack of a store clerk while another customer was being forced to the ground.

Two vehicles stolen out of Orange and Lake counties were tied to a string of armed robberies in Volusia, Orange, Seminole and Sumter counties.

The cars were spotted by Deputy Reshad Chavis, leading up to a high speed chase that reached 111 miles per hour.

Officials said at one point, both cars went in the wrong direction down I-75.

The driver of one of the vehicles crashed their vehicle and escaped. Officials have not released a description.

The four teenagers in the other vehicle were all captured by Saturday after coming to a stop and trying to flee.

Because they are juveniles, the teens have not had their mugshot released.

It is not yet known if they will be charged as adults.