Rugby club thief swiped money from players' wallets as they prepared for match

Rugby club thief swiped money from players' wallets as they prepared for match
 

A BRAZEN thief swiped money from the wallets of amateur rugby players as they prepared for a big game.
The light-fingered culprit made off with £100 in cash after rifling through their personal belongings.
He struck ahead of Waysiders Drumpellier’s BT West Division 2 match with Millbrae at Langloan in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, on Saturday.
It’s believed the crook was in the changing rooms while Waysiders Drumpellier players had their team talk nearby.
Club officials yesterday issued a photo of the man they believe to be responsible.
It was taken from CCTV footage and posted on Twitter by... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 46
Source: Daily Record
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