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NoSuch Police NoSuch Police are appealing for witnesses after a spat of mobile phone thefts at the University Campus. PC Holmes witnessed the latest pickpocket incident and tells us: “I was walking around the University Campus at around 8.30pm today (Friday 5th of August) when I noted two unidentified females entering Campus Drive, approaching 2 other young females. They approached from behind, where I believe the perpetrators saw the black mobile phone sticking out of a pocket. The 2 students were asked for directions into the town centre and as the victim was distracted, with the friend giving directions, the phone was stolen from the victim’s right pocket”. Holmes describes the perpetrators as being “2 young women, of medium height, slim build, wearing black coats and shoes. One was wearing skinny black jeans and the other skinny navy jeans. One had long dark straight hair and the other had long blonde hair.”Holmes adds “there were 3 female students sat at a bench in the area, at the time of the crime being committed, who may be able to help with our enquires. We are encouraging students to be extra vigilant with their belongings at this time.” If anyone witnessed the theft, or recognises the description of the perpetrators please call NoSuch Police Mobile phone crime investigation unit, quoting reference P1234567. 24 hours ago via BlackberryCommentLike

 

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Emily Carter Izzy, is this what you and Dean were talking about earlier?! 23 hours ago Like

Izzy Brown Yes! It's really bad isn't it..22 hours ago Like

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