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A man in his 60s, who had been robbed four times in a week at an unmanned bakery in Seoul, was caught by the owner and handed over to the police.

According to the police on the 29th, the Seodaemun Police Station in Seoul has booked a 64-year-old man A on charges of habitual theft and is investigating.

A is suspected of committing a crime again at 5:45 a.m. on the 21st, two days later, after putting a large amount of bread, such as bread, castella, and cookies in a prepared shopping bag from an unmanned bakery in Seodaemun-gu around 6 am on the 19th.

When the crime was not detected twice, Mr. A was said to have stolen the bread again at 6:20 a.m. on the 25th.

According to a 41-year-old former bakery owner, Mr. A swept 500,000 to 600,000 won worth of confectionery into his bag in three thefts, and the total amount of damage was about 2 million won.

Jeon said, "I've been running a bakery unattended since 4 years ago, and this is the first time I've ever seen such a sweeping theft other than a small theft."

After the third bakery was robbed, Mr. Jeon began to hide near the store to catch the criminal himself, and Mr. A appeared in front of Mr.

This time, I left the store with only about 150,000 won worth of bread because there was less bread on the shelf in case of a crime.

While reporting to the police, Jeon followed Mr. A directly, got on the bus together, followed him to the subway station, and informed the police of Mr. A's location.

The police arbitrarily accompanied Mr. A on the station platform, investigated and returned him home.

The police plan to secure the bakery's CCTV to check the exact number and circumstances of Mr.

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