Roulette Addict Steals from Friend 17.04.2013

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19-year-old Ahmed Amijee burgled a friend's home in order to fund his addiction to roulette. He had previously been babysitting for the friend's family, at which point he had made a copy of the spare key in order to gain access to the house later. The teenager waited for the family to go on holiday, at which point he took £3,000 worth of jewelry, which he sold for £1,500. He spent this money playing blackjack and roulette at a local casino.

Unfortunately for the teenager, a neighbor spotted him as he broke into the house and called the owner of the house. He was confronted but initially denied having broken in. He assured the owner of the house that he had seen the front door open and had entered the house to make sure nobody had broken in. However, when the owner returned, she noticed several pieces of valuable jewelry were missing.

After being taken to court, Ahmed decided to plead guilty, and he has now been sentenced to 12 months' detention. The teenager was given a police caution after committing a similar crime about a year earlier, but clearly he did not learn from his mistake. On both occasions, Ahmed's brother compensated the victims with cash. The victim has said that she understands Ahmed stole the jewelry due to a gambling addiction rather than anything else, but Ahmed himself claims to be ashamed that he has brought “shame on his family”.

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