The actor from the TV series “Interns”, participant of “the Bachelor,” Ilya Glinnikov robbed in Moscow, near Novoslobodskaya Park on Sushchevsky Val. In Глинниковf unknown pulled out from hands a new iPhone and fled the subway, according to telegrams channel Mash.
“In Moscow robbed Ilya Glinnikov. Actor of Interns, Bachelor party and just a guy with a nice beard walked past Novoslobodskaya Park on Sushchevsky Val. Turning the handle 11 favorite IPhone About Max (well, not with Siemens to go), thought about life and career and looked at cloud. And felt a sharp push in the back — unknown snatched his expensive phone and rushed to the subway. Ilya even signs of the thieves remember: average height, thin, in a brown jacket and sweat pants. Search for Apple phone took up the bodies”, – stated in the message.
Ilya Glinnikov, photo: ok-magazine.ru
It is reported that the actor managed to remember the signs of a thief. He was of medium height, slender, wearing a jacket and brown sweatpants. About the incident reported to law enforcement agencies, which are engaged in search of the thief.
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Robbed Ilya Glinnikov, screenshot: Telegrams
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