Dumb crook leaves name, contact details before robbery!
A thief in Christchurch, New Zealand, was said to have left behind his name and contact details after robbing the cash register in a record store. The man, a long-time customer, had come up to the counter with a copy of a music CD.
He reportedly penned his name and personal information on a sticker pasted on the CD, which he requested to be held for him. And soon when the attendant went to help another client, the man leaned over the counter, opened the till, and grabbed money in full view of the store's eight surveillance cameras.
Give me my phone back!
A woman went to the police station and reported that her mobile phone had been stolen the night before. She said she had left it on her dining room table when a 34-year-old man visited her. Her phone went missing after the man left.
The women knew the man and she gave his address to the police. When police visited the man, he said he knew nothing about the phone. The police then called on the number and heard the woman's phone ringing in the man''s bedroom.
Thereafter, the police claimed the phone and asked him to appear in court.
Cops give robbers 'a lift'
Two men allegedly robbed a hotel but did not have a vehicle to flee.
They were forced to hitchhike and then used a 50 dollar note as bait to stop a Toyota sedan. The vehicle pulled over and the men jumped in only to be welcomed by two detectives in plain clothes. One man and one juvenile were charged with robbery.