UPDATE 3: The final suspect is now being charged as an adult and has been identified – click here for details.
UPDATE: Police have arrested two female juveniles in connection with this incident.
Original story below…
A pregnant teacher was attacked at a Parkville school on Friday.
Police say four people attacked the woman in the parking lot of Villa Cresta Elementary School on Friday afternoon.
Four black females entered the Rader Avenue school under the guise of enrolling a child, then left the building, according to authorities.
The teacher was also leaving the school when the group of females knocked her cell phone out of her hand, causing her to fall. The teacher dropped her purse as a result, and the suspects took it. The purse contained the teacher’s car keys.
Two of the suspects then fled the scene in the teacher’s Kia Sportage, while the other two suspects left in a silver sedan, according to FOX45.
The teacher was not injured, but went to a local hospital as a precaution as police believe she is in the first or second trimester of pregnancy.
Authorities have not yet released a description of the suspects.