A new Tik-Tok trend is encouraging teens to steal items from their schools.
It's now raising red flags among our Tri-State school districts.
School districts 44News reach out to say Tik-Tok has been a problem in the past.
But they made it clear if students are doing something that violates policies they will be punished.
It's something police say, they will assist in.
The Evansville Police Department reminds people that thefts or damage to property over $750 is considered a felony in Indiana.
Tik-Tok says it has banned these types of videos in the past, adding that it violates their community guidelines.