2023 Author: Gordon Kinson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-24 11:09
Aaron Stillday from Minneapolis hit an 8-year-old boy and took away his iPad. The incident was recorded on one of the outdoor CCTV cameras.
The video shows how, hitting the child, the man dropped the tablet. The blow was so strong that the boy fell to the ground. After a few seconds, he got up and ran to the nearest cafe to call for help. The incident was witnessed by a man named Mohammad Armeli. He was amazed at what he saw:
According to an eyewitness, who, in turn, rushed to catch up with the thief, the attacker rushed to run and tried to get into one of the apartment buildings. He also wanted to throw away the iPad in order to hide the evidence. Armeli caught up with and stopped the criminal. Stillday began to deny his guilt and shout that he had done nothing. Subsequently, the police arrived and detained the criminal. Armeli noted that he does not consider himself a hero: "No one has the right to beat children just to get an iPad."
After the arrest, the thief was charged with carrying out premeditated robbery. The stolen iPad was found broken. Minneapolis Police Department spokesman Scott Seroka noted that recently, law enforcement agencies have recorded an increase in cases of theft of electronic devices. The police believe that the reason for this is the high prices for gadgets when they are resold. “When a person walks down the street with a gadget, he becomes a target for criminals,” said Seroka.
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