13 year-old kid robbed of his brand new PSP

the PSP-less CaseySigh. Here we have yet another unsuspecting youngster victimized by the greed of nasty video game lovers. If you guys can recall waaaay back in April, we told you about a 12 year-old kid victimized by PSP theft, and now, a 13 year-old kid has fallen prey to a similar fate.

Guys, meet Casey (last name withheld upon request), a 13 year-old Pinellas County boy who had just bought his brand spanking new PSP at the Largo Mall when another teenager came up from behind him and snatched his new console.

There goes his US $ 200. Tsk tsk. Casey was with his younger brother and 73 year-old grandmother when the theft occurred, and Casey says that he and his brother ran after the suspect but eventually gave up. Casey says: “I said, ‘Give me my PSP back!’ and I ran and I was right behind him, but I didn’t do anything. I didn’t know if he had a gun or not.”

But aside from the fact that his newly bought PSP was stolen from him, Casey says he’s more pissed about the fact that the suspect pushed his grandma to the ground. That, according to him, was what made him really angry. We know the holiday season is fast approaching, and perhaps this news bit should serve as a reminder to the rest of us that maybe it isn’t Santa we should be looking out for, but rather the many Grinches out there who want to steal our consoles! Grrr!

the PSP-less CaseySigh. Here we have yet another unsuspecting youngster victimized by the greed of nasty video game lovers. If you guys can recall waaaay back in April, we told you about a 12 year-old kid victimized by PSP theft, and now, a 13 year-old kid has fallen prey to a similar fate.

Guys, meet Casey (last name withheld upon request), a 13 year-old Pinellas County boy who had just bought his brand spanking new PSP at the Largo Mall when another teenager came up from behind him and snatched his new console.

There goes his US $ 200. Tsk tsk. Casey was with his younger brother and 73 year-old grandmother when the theft occurred, and Casey says that he and his brother ran after the suspect but eventually gave up. Casey says: “I said, ‘Give me my PSP back!’ and I ran and I was right behind him, but I didn’t do anything. I didn’t know if he had a gun or not.”

But aside from the fact that his newly bought PSP was stolen from him, Casey says he’s more pissed about the fact that the suspect pushed his grandma to the ground. That, according to him, was what made him really angry. We know the holiday season is fast approaching, and perhaps this news bit should serve as a reminder to the rest of us that maybe it isn’t Santa we should be looking out for, but rather the many Grinches out there who want to steal our consoles! Grrr!

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