On May 5, an unscrupulous hacker seized an £ 600 iPhone from the Total Repair Center on Elm Row. An Edinburgh store owner was furious when a burglar took an iPhone 12 and fled. The General Rehabilitation Center at Elm Row said the man took an £ 600 iPhone on May 5 and they are still waiting for information. Citizens in Edinburgh are watching as police enter the chaotic gear of a neighbor’s door. Farukh Shabaz, the owner of the store, has spoken after the tragic incident.
He posted a CCTV footage on social media in an attempt to find the culprit. He said his experience with the man seemed normal until he ran away. She said: “The man was walking in love on an iPhone. Unlike the other obvious thieves we had in the store, I did not suspect he would run away. “As I was screaming for your voice another customer came in and told me he was happy to wait while I helped the customer. Then it disappeared with the £ 600 iPhone 12.
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