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BROOKLYN, N.Y. – Four teens accused of raping an 18-year-old woman in a Brooklyn park are in custody and a fifth is still on the run, according to police.

Sources said two 15-year-olds were brought to the police precinct by their parents who spotted them on surveillance video. The two other boys in custody, ages 14 and 17, were later apprehended by police.

“I want to thank those parents who were responsible enough to walk those individuals in,” community activist Tony Herbert said at a press conference.

Police and an appalled community had been searching for the group for days after an 18-year-old was raped in a Brownsville playground.

The victim was walking with her father in Osborn Playground near Hegeman Avenue about 9:20 p.m. Thursday, when they were approached by five males, one of whom pulled out a handgun, police said.

The gunman pointed at the victim’s father and told him to “get the [expletive] out of here,” police sources said.

The father ran for help and flagged down nearby officers, while the men forcibly removed the woman’s pants and took turns raping her at gunpoint, police sources said.

When the father arrived with police, the suspects fled. They were captured on a nearby surveillance camera at a bodega.

At a news conference Sunday night, community leaders said they urged parents to turn their children in if they were seen on the video.

The alleged attackers’ charges are pending.