EXCLUSIVE: Raiders are caught on camera stealing bottles of wine and beer from Sainsbury’s after smashing a brick through the store’s glass door
- The pair were seen in the shop in Kilburn, north London, at 4.15am today
- Erem Kansoy, 32, was working nearby when he heard a bang and ran towards it
- He videoed the two men filling their bags and running away from the shop
- The photo-journalist showed police the video when they arrived at the scene
A pair of brazen thieves have been captured breaking into a Sainsbury’s Local and stealing bottles of alcohol.
The footage shows the two hooded men filling their bags with bottles of wine and beer before running away from the shop in Kilburn, north London.
A large brick had been used to smash the glass door of the supermarket before it was due to open at 6am.
The person who filmed the video, Erem Kansoy, 32, was helping his friend at an off-licence when he heard a noise at around 4.15am today.
The photo-journalist from London immediately ran towards the sound and captured the two men in the act.
He said: ‘I was working on the other side of the road about 50 yards away.
The two men had smashed the glass door of the shop with a brick before looting the shelves of beer and alcohol
The person who filmed the video, Erem Kansoy, was helping his friend in an off-licence across the road when he heard a bang and ran towards it
‘There was a big bang and I ran outside towards it.
‘I just saw a couple of people, two people running and grabbing stock and filling the bags. I saw another outside the shop waiting round the corner.’
The video shows the two men fleeing in different directions with their hoard past bemused pedestrians.
Mr Kansoy showed police the footage when they arrived at the scene around 15 minutes later, according to the witness.
MailOnline has contacted the Metropolitan Police for comment.
The men fled in different directions with their bags full of alcohol on the North London street
A large brick was used to smash the glass door of the supermarket which was due to open at 6am
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