Robber Snatches Cellphone From Broward Bus Passenger

Police are hoping clear surveillance video will assist them in locating the person who unexpectedly snatched a person’s cellular telephone from his fingers while on a bus in Broward County. The crime occurred on Jan. 14 on the bus forestall at NW twenty-seventh Avenue and NW 12th Court, just west of Dillard High School in Fort Lauderdale, in keeping with the Broward County Sheriff’s Office. The video released using the BSO Thursday shows the moments leading up to the robbery with the aid of surprising snatching. The sufferer carried headphones and looked at a video on his iPhone while using the Broward County transit bus.


The suspect, in an inexperienced University of Miami hoodie, is sitting close by. He stands as much as he gets off the bus and becomes frustrated when the rear doors may not open. When the doors sooner or later open, the suspect grabs the sufferer’s iPhone from his draw close in only a flash and runs away. The sufferer runs after him. However, he is too speedy to catch. The victim defined the suspect as a black male, approximately five-foot-10 with a thin build and in his 20’s. Anyone with data about this robbery is requested to call Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS.

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