TikTok in Texas has definitely been a big influence on a lot of things in the last couple of years especially when we had the global shutdown. You see people of all ages learning the coolest trend dances on TikTok, finding new inventive, recipes, or if you’re someone like me, you might watch those makeup tutorials until 3 AM in the morning. People love the TikTok app, but that doesn’t mean it’s always good fun. According to KCENT, there is a new trend in Texas that you definitely do not want your children or anybody mimicking.

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WHAT IS THIS NEW DANGEROUS TREND TEXANS ARE DOING?

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This new TikTok trend involved these teenagers stealing KIA automobiles with just a simple USB cable and a screwdriver tool all over the city.  People who have been victims of this TikTok car theft trend are urging drivers to be very cautious about their automobiles before it is too late. This is happening really quickly and as of right now, no one has said how the city should stop the thieves. Teens remove the steering wheel column and use the USB by jamming it in the key ignition.

DOES ANYONE KNOW WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS?

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People are saying that there is a small group of teenagers that go by 254 Kia Guys, which could be possibly responsible for all of the crimes that are taking place all over Central Texas. The Killeen Police Department has not confirmed that it is this particular group, but what I can say is as of right now, everyone in Texas should definitely be on alert and keep their eyes out for groups of teenagers 4 to 6 people in the group in any neighborhood. Be safe, Texas.

 

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