Man Arrested 14 Nights In A Row

Man Arrested 14 Nights In A Row

Nanna Árnadóttir
Photos by
Gúndi

Published July 19, 2014

Police arrested a man for the 14th time in two weeks last night as he attempted to steal from a store on Austurstræti in central Reykjavík, reports Vísir.

The man, who is in his forties, has been bungling shop burglaries every night for a fortnight. If that weren’t enough he has also been caught stealing food from hotel restaurants.

Additionally the thief is accused of being rude to employees of the shops and hotels he stole or attempted to steal from.


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