Driver has car broken into but thief steals nothing except for Greggs sausage roll


A driver was left “fuming” and “hungry” after a car thief who targeted his vehicle stole nothing except for a Greggs sausage roll. Other valuable items were left completely untouched including the motorist’s phone and wallet.

The incident happened to a Welsh TikToker named Dean Morris.

Mr Morris said that he forgot to close his car window while visiting his grandmother in Llanelli, Wales.

He claimed that he was only gone for a few minutes before coming back to his vehicle and noticing that someone had been inside his car.

The 27-year-old Cardiff cinema worker posted a video about his ordeal on TikTok.

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“As soon as I said it was in Llanelli, everyone said, ‘Oh, that does happen there.’

“I was only in a few minutes so it was a very swift sausage roll stealer.

“I think if I reported it I might get arrested for wasting police time.”

Mr Morris, who makes content for Channel 4 and BBC Sesh, set off from Llanelli on an empty stomach and headed to London to attend the MCM London Comic Con convention.

When he arrived he bought a Tesco £3 meal deal made up of a southern fried chicken wrap, a Wispa Gold Duo bar, and a bottle of water.

He told WalesOnline: “They took the Duo off the meal deal range for a while, now it’s back on.

“They’re playing with my emotions.

“If it had been off the meal deal after the day I’d had, I think it would have tipped me over the edge.”


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