He posted a still of the CCTV footage on social media in a bid to find the criminal. He claims his experience with the man seemed very normal until he ran off. He said: “The guy walked in wanting advice on an iPhone. He didn’t seem like other obvious thieves we have had in the store, I didn’t suspect that he would run off. “As I was ringing up his items another customer walked in and he told me he was happy to wait while I assisted the customer. He then bolted off with the £600 iPhone 12.
On May 5, an unsuspecting burglar took a £600 iPhone from Total Repair Centre on Elm Row. A enraged Edinburgh shop owner captured the moment a robber took an iPhone 12 and fled. Total Repair Centre in Elm Row claims the man took a £600 iPhone on May 5 and that they are still waiting for information. Locals in Edinburgh watch as cops clad in riot gear bash down a neighbor’s door. Farukh Shabaz, the shop’s owner, has spoken out in the aftermath of the heinous incident.
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