the store manager in the Meny on Toftegårds Plads in Valby, Brian ministry of culture, had had enough.
for a long time had his shop ravaged by a vicious tyvebander, who without hesitation took what suited them.
Therefore, selected Brian Rosenstand to make a posting on Facebook, where he described his impotence.
the Retail industry is screaming for help while tyveknægtene just drop off. When will you stop it so that retailers have real opportunities to get his stolen goods back while tyveknægtene at the same time, being punished in a way so that they understand that it has the consequence. Today, NOTHING happens!!, wrote the Meny on Facebook.
Now, after several weeks of waiting new in the case. Police have arrested a 17-year-old boy.
- After an action today, Copenhagen is Ranked the Police arrested a man suspected of more than 30 comprehensive and organized thefts from supermarkets and petrol stations in Storkøbenhavns area. He will be the subject in custody Friday. A 17-year-old man from Andover was on Thursday morning arrested during a planned anholdelses and ransagningsaktion, writing the police.
After the cooperation between the Vestegnens and the Copenhagen Police https://t.co/QMngxX6eVd— Claus Buhr (@ClausBuhr) 26. October 2017
In connection with the thefts chose Brian Rosenstand breaking the law, as he placed a series of images and a video on Facebook. Here so, one, how icy thieves went in and stole the large boxes of Haribo sweets. the Watch the video at the top of the article.
- These thieves visited Meny Toftegårds plads on Thursday afternoon, where the ice-cold dragged kassevis of candy out of the store to a value of approx. 8.000, they write.
Since it is illegal to share the kind of video content on Facebook, has Extra Leaf not the opportunity to show the original Facebook-postings, but we have been given permission to use the video, and have blurred the characters appearing.
- I know that it is illegal to put this kind of up, and we get probably a fine of 5000 kr.. But I will have to it. Someone has to speak up. It is us who is the victim, and it is really shaking it here. Nothing happens with the criminals, while we pay the price, " says Brian Rosenstand Extra Magazine.
As Extra the Blade spoke earlier with Brian Rosenstand, he told that he experienced this type of theft, on average, once a week, and he had quite simply reached a point where he could not be more.
- We are completely powerless against this type of theft, and we never see our values again. I may well continue to report it to the police, but there is typically not something. If they come in court, so they are often wanted for anything else, and then waive the charges for the theft.
- We can also go after in a lawsuit, but when we do it, we are almost never our money. It often end up in Court, but people rarely have enough money to pay, and then told them never.
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- Why are you doing it here lookup right now?
- It is a problem, as I've been talking about for a long time, and in my world we have a old norse views on shoplifting. We just think that it is something mundane something, which some have suffered for long fingers. But it is not. It is very organized, and it costs lots of money for our company. People are shocked over it here, but it is just our everyday lives, " says Brian Rosenstand Extra Magazine.
- Why you chose to break the law?
- It is pure impotence. We are powerless, and we feel that we must do something, when nothing happens, " says Brian Rosenstand Extra Magazine.