Police in Loudoun County are looking for the sourpuss who robbed two 12-year-olds running a lemonade stand.
The robbery happened Thursday afternoon as the two young entrepreneurs were selling lemonade from a stand they set up near Round Tree Elementary School, according to a report by the Loudoun County Sheriff. Sometime between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., an older teenage boy approached the pair and asked if they could break a $20 bill.
The children pulled out their earnings to count and one handed some cash to the older boy, who took the money and left.
The sheriff's report did not specify the amount of money stolen.
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