Robbery In Hamilton: Suspect Steals iPhone

December 28, 2016

A suspect riding a motorcycle accosted an 18-year-old man and an 18-year-old woman in Hamilton yesterday [Dec 27], escaping with a blue iPhone.

A police spokesperson said, “Around 1:40am on Tuesday, December 27th police officers received a report of a robbery at the junction of Church Street and Burnaby Street in the City of Hamilton.

“It appears that an unknown black male described as approximately 6 feet tall of slim build wearing black clothing and a black helmet riding a white motorcycle accosted an 18 year old Pembroke man and an 18 year old St. George’s woman on another motorcycle stopped at the traffic light.

“No one was injured. However, the suspect made good his escape with a blue iPhone 5. Inquiries regarding this incident continue and CCTV is being examined to assist investigators.

“Additionally, any witnesses or persons with relevant information should contact the Criminal Investigation Unit on 247-1744.”

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  1. Glenda R. says:

    Punk behaviour.

  2. mmm says:

    The victims are so young. I hope the CCTV footage was strong enough to id the vehicle, usually tho, there is a possibility of a stolen vehicle being used for transportation. Vehicle road check-points need to be in use every week. No doubt, in my mind quite a few uniformed police officers will be on duty new year,s eve with all of the activities going on..

  3. Clear View says:

    Find my IPhone. GPS. Find Friends. The thief has no chance. Dumb dumb.