The bungling 'Aladdin's cave' raiders: Four UPS security guards who stole £200,000 of iPhones from work then bragged about it on social media are jailed for total of more than 11 years
Four UPS security guards who stole £200,000 of iPhones from work
Mohammed Miah (right), 43, Jaleel Khan (centre left), 30, Soyfur Rahman (centre right), 38 and Mohammed Aamar (left), 28, have been jailed for more than 11 years after stealing the gadgets from a UPS distribution centre where they worked. Employed as security guards at the warehouse in Birch Coppice Business Park (inset), Dordon, Warkwickshire, they used their positions to steal hundreds of expensive phones. Warwick Crown Court heard that police found an 'Aladdin's cave' of hundreds of stolen items which they hid in their homes, vans and storage units. The brazen group drove out the warehouse with boxes of phones before boasting about how easy it was on social media.
O ZÉ POVINHO É ARRASTADO PELO FISCO E PELOS INVASORES QUE DEAMBULAM POR AÍ.E AI DE QUEM REFILE QUE OS ESQUERDISTAS ANDAM SEMPRE ATENTOS A DESVIOS...