You've reposted the same question. In case you missed my first answer:
You should a) talk to the boy's parents, and b) if that is unproductive (do not make it an issue; walk away if the situation turns sour), call the police and make a report. If neither of those work, you can go to the Juvenile & domestic relations court and talk to intake about filing a petition against the child for the theft.
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If you know a crime was committed, you should contact the police.
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You can always file a police report, but before doing so I would suggest you conference in with the parents and work towards an out of court solution.Ask a similar question
I agree with the previous answers. You need to conference with the parents or file a police report.
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