An Atlanta woman is accused of driving her 12-year old son and his friends in a string of burglaries.
Police continue to look for the 36-year old mother who drove her son and three friends to a house where they stole 14 rifles.
The rifles were collectibles worth thousands of dollars. Electronics and clothes were also stolen.
After the burglary the mother picked the young boys and drove them to the west end to sell the items on the street, police said.
One burglary victim said he was stunned a mom would help her 12-year-old carry out a crime.
Police said they suspect the mother drove her child to commit other crimes as well. Officials said the children often skipped school to commit the crimes.
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