Guy's street wrote:When I was out for my run last night I noticed more 'yoofs' than usual hanging around. It made me wonder whether it is to do with half term. Which in turn made me think at least that would mean the 'yoofs' must normally be busy with school work during term time.
Since there was a bit of a flurry of these incidents reported a few months ago I've been much more careful about having my phone out while walking around the area.
amarradia wrote:My cousin was mugged for his iphone in exactly the same way on Wednesday at 8pm on Druid street. They've now caught up with the guy (who is 16) but can only charge him with handling stolen goods, not theft. If its the same guy you may be in luck.
jackie rokotnitz wrote:This should emphasise the point that wandering along looking at your messages or talking on your phone is just silly...and by the way very annoying for anyone else on the pavement. NOTHING WILL HAPPEN if you dont get that message or have that conversation later when you're indoors.
Quote:Is slightly off key IMONOTHING WILL HAPPEN if you dont get that message or have that conversation later when you're indoors.
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