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Teens live stream theft from ice cream truck, deputies say

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WEST WEBER — Two teens are accused of burglary and theft after Weber County deputies say the pair live streamed their escapades on the Twitter app Periscope.

The Weber County Sheriff's Office said just before midnight Sunday they received a call from someone watching the live stream that reportedly showed two 16-year-old boys breaking into a semitruck at 4300 West and 1150 South in West Weber.

The driver of the semitruck confirmed to deputies that it had been broken into. The truck was full of ice cream.

Deputies said they found the teen who created the video, who they said lives in the neighborhood.

Investigators said both teens admitted to stealing the ice cream and randomly placing the tubs of ice cream on neighbors' front porches as gifts.

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