International Business & Economy Man steals phone from unsuspecting cashier at Lamy@Vivocity

Man steals phone from unsuspecting cashier at Lamy@Vivocity

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A man stole a phone from a cashier at the stationery retailer, Lamy, as she looked away from her counter for about 3 minutes to do some filing. Her friend Ameerah Aizat who shared the incident in her Facebook confirmed that a police report has been made. She asked for netizens help to apprehend the thief.

Hi guys! I need a favour from all of you. Anyone knows this guy in the picture? He stole my friend's phone while she is…

Posted by Ameerah Aizat on Friday, 25 March 2016

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