RICHMOND HEIGHTS, Mo. (KMOV.com) – The Richmond Heights Police Department has released surveillance video of a group of teenagers who are believed to have attempted to carjack an 84-year-old woman at the St. Louis Galleria mall earlier in the month.  

According to police, around 3 p.m. on April 13, the elderly woman was walking to her car, which was parked in the parking garage, when she was approached by the four suspects. The two male and two female juveniles demanded the woman's keys and when she refused, one of the male suspects punched her.

The suspects then fled the scene. 

The victim then got in her car and drove through the parking lot until she was able to flag down a Galleria Security Officer who then called police.

The victim suffered only minor injuries.

One of the females is described as wearing a red shirt or jacket with dark colored pants. The other female and the two males were wearing dark clothing. All were between 120 to 150 pounds with the males being about 5'5" and the females being slightly shorter. All were African-American.

Just over 10 days after the incident, police released surveillance video showing the suspects.

This is an ongoing investigation and police ask anyone with information to contact the Richmond Heights Police Department's Crime Tip Line at 314-655-3555

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