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Cheeky Drive-By Robbery From Milk Delivery Truck


A milk snatcher is caught red-handed stealing from a delivery wagon in a cheeky drive-by robbery.

He struck when a Renault Megane pulled up alongside the truck in a slow line of traffic heading into a city centre.

 A passenger in the Renault Megan casually leans out in a line of slow-moving traffic in Birmingham to start the cheeky robbery

 
A passenger in the Renault Megan casually leans out in a line of slow-moving traffic in Birmingham to start the cheeky robbery

A motorist in a car behind films on his phone as a passenger – wearing a smart blue business shirt – calmly leans out and grabs a plastic container of six milk cartons before the Megane carries on.

The milk truck driver who had been delivering supplies to a 24-hour convenience store on the main Hagley Road into Birmingham at 5.20am was around the other side of the truck and unaware of the theft.

The driver who recorded the incident said: ‘It all happened so slowly and calmly.

“I couldn’t believe what I was seeing.

 The milk truck driver who had been delivering supplies to a 24-hour convenience store on the main Hagley Road into Birmingham was on the other side of the truck and unaware of the theft

 
The milk truck driver who had been delivering supplies to a 24-hour convenience store on the main Hagley Road into Birmingham was on the other side of the truck and unaware of the theft

 The passenger who was wearing a smart blue business shirt - calmly leans out and grabs a plastic container of six milk cartons before the driver carries on

 
The passenger who was wearing a smart blue business shirt – calmly leans out and grabs a plastic container of six milk cartons before the driver carries on

 The driver who recorded the incident said it was as if the milk snatchers had gone fishing and were 'trying to hook a fish'

 
The driver who recorded the incident said it was as if the milk snatchers had gone fishing and were ‘trying to hook a fish’

Source: thesun.co.uk


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