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Boys’ gifts stolen as they sleep
Croydon Advertiser January 6, 2012 | Nikki Jarvis Cruel partygoers crept into a little boy’s bedroom and stole his treasured Christmas presents as he slept on New Year’s Eve.
Guests at the house party shamelessly snatched five-year-old Kyreim Paul’s brand new Nintendo DS games from right under the dozing child’s nose.
They also grabbed his 11-year-old brother Jurheim’s cherished games, which the siblings had just unwrapped the week before. web site pokemon diamond pokedex
The bash in Selsdon was being hosted by the youngsters’ older sister Montana, 18, who had convinced her mum Elaine to let her have the party when she was out.
Elaine said: “I let my daughter have the party because I thought her friends were decent.
“More fool me though because it backfired.
“The people who did this are disgusting thugs – they’re not my daughter’s friends. The worst thing about the whole thing is they took them when my son was in there sleeping.” Student Elaine, from Copse View, had saved for months to buy her sons six games they desperately wanted for Christmas. this web site pokemon diamond pokedex
Guests stole the boys’ previous collection as well, taking 14 games in total, and also pocketed Montana’s BlackBerry Curve mobile phone during the night.
Elaine added: “My daughter has promised to save all her education maintenance allowance money every week and buy her brothers back the games. She was gutted.
“It made me feel sick the next day – I cried when I walked into their room. It’s so disrespectful.
“It’s the worst thing they could have taken because that’s my boys’ stuff. My sons were crying.
“They knew I’d scrimped and saved for a very long time to buy their presents – I just want them back.” About 20 teenagers aged between 18 and 19 went to the party, which started at 11.45pm on Saturday.
Jurheim was awake in his mum’s bedroom when the thieves sneaked into the room he shares with his brother.
“It was heartbreaking for the kids,” Elaine continued. “They just don’t care about what they’re doing. They’re ruthless.” It was about 1am when Montana realised the games and her phone had gone missing.
Elaine said: “When she asked who took them, nobody answered her so she kicked them out. These people don’t snitch on each other. I just want the games back.
“The police came round on New Year’s Day, but they said there was nothing they can do.” Mario Kart, Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing, Transformers and Pokemon Diamond are just a few of the stolen games.
Anyone with information is urged to call police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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