JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -

Flash mobs are known across the United States as a group of people dancing, having fun and enjoying themselves while entertaining others.

However, the Walmart in Jacksonville, Florida fell victim to a flash robbery when more than 300 people entered the store and destroyed the security system as well as some merchandise.

According to a police report, the group destroyed an electronic anti-shop lifting security scanner that costs about $1,500. The police report also stated the massive crowd could have arrived at the store after a party that was broken up on Sampson Road.

YouTube video showed the teens throwing food and merchandise around the store.

Police did not make any arrests after the mob of people took over the store. If caught, these teens could face criminal charges.