Wanted dead or alive, Vallejo teens attacked and robbed a city worker yesterday afternoon. Police said, according to CBS 5, "the incident happened around 3:30 p.m. in the 600 block of Nebraska Street near Vallejo High School as the employee was returning the backhoe to the city's corporation yard."
It all started after the man, a 47-year-old Suisun City man, confronted a teen "who threw something at the backhoe he was driving." The juvenile then hit the employee "before the other two youths knocked the man to the ground and stole his wallet."
Around 40 some teens then joined in the attack. Many bystanders gathered around to gawk, but no one, it seems, did a thing.
A nearby surveillance camera captured the attack on film.
No arrests, as of this morning, have been made.