13 Nov 2012

Photo released of the Fumbling Bandit

Police recently released the picture of the Fumbling Bandit in hopes that someone will come forward with information on the crook who held up Cabbagetown cell phone store on May 17.

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“The man approached the sales desk, armed with a handgun,” Staff.-Insp. Mike Earl, who heads up the Holdup Squad, told the Toronto Sun times. “He tossed an empty duffle bag to the attendant and demanded that it be filled with cell phones.”

Once the thief had enough cell phones, he exited the store but not too swiftly. He received his nickname because while fleeing the scene, he dropped half the cell phones outside the store, the store clerk told the Toronto Sun.

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