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Imagine you’re watching the news and you see surveillance video of your own children committing a crime.

That’s what happened last week in Milwaukee. Kizzy, a mother of 2 who didn’t want to give her last name, says she recognized her children on the news and asked them if they were part of a recent mob that looted a nearby BP gas station convenience store.

The kids confessed, so Kizzy says she had no choice but to turn them in to police.

“This is not the kind of kids that I’m raising to do stuff like this,” said Kizzy. “I feel like I put all my hard work and energy into my children, and for them to go out into the community and do things like that is just is just not acceptable.”

Kizzy’s kids received citations for disorderly conduct, retail theft and breaking curfew.

Meantime, Milwaukee police are making progress on their investigation into the ransacking of the BP gas station last week.

“As of today, 8 juveniles have turned themselves in to police in connection with the thefts at the BP gas station convenience store. Seven have been cited – each for disorderly conduct, curfew violation and theft,” a Milwaukee police spokeswoman said.

Officers are seeking at least 22 suspects who ransacked the Milwaukee BP station on Monday just after midnight.