Stolen Mobile Phone at a Froyo Kiosk: Case Dismissed Due to Lack of Evidence

A mobile phone was stolen from an employee at a froyo kiosk in a shopping mall food court. The victim reported that someone had leaned over the counter and taken her phone while she was placing an order.

Harry* was accused of the theft after being identified from CCTV footage and taken into police custody.

Insufficient Evidence Leads to Case Dismissal

During the trial, the court determined that the prosecution had not presented sufficient evidence to establish a prima facie case against Harry. As a result, the charge of larceny (theft of property) against Harry was dismissed.

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*Names have been changed for client confidentiality


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