A THIEF went on a quick-food binge in Glasgow City Centre after stealing a student’s credit card from a metropolis center health club.
Campbell Parker has criticized the security coverage at PureGym on Hope Street after his locker and every other gym member were ransacked.
The scholar had just finished his workout on Monday night, while he observed that his relaxed locker was damaged.
His garments have been strewn across the ground, and his property removed consisting of his pockets with bank playing cards and ID and a Nike black fitness center returned, an Irn Bru Towel, and coins.
He narrowly overlooked the thief, returning to his locker 13 minutes after he first used his financial institution card at City News at 10.59 pm.
The thief then spent greater than £50 in German Donner Kebab and KFC on Renfield Street between eleven and 11.45 pm.
Although PureGym is open 24 hours after 6 pm participants need to input two personalized pin codes.
According to eyewitnesses, a tall and “intoxicated” guy became ready out of doors the gym knocking on the glass windows, claiming that he had forgotten his PIN quantity and gaining get right of entry through a 3rd party.
PureGym stated it’s far “completely cooperating” with the police investigation.
Mr. Parker, a student on the Royal Conservatoire, managed to maintain the preserve of his Viola, which becomes additionally in the locker but lost his sheet song, which is of an excellent sentimental fee to him.
He stated: “The predominant loss changed into most of my viola rankings and piano components which I had in my bag at that time.
“It is as a substitute irreplaceable… something which I’ve had for years and years.”
Another guy had his locker damaged on the same evening, with none of his belongings remaining.
In 2013, the Evening Times said five locker room robberies from PureGym on Bath Street.
Earlier this 12 months, David Snedden, issued an appeal for his mom’s wedding ring, which went lacking from the Pure Gym in Shawlands, fearing it was stolen.
The student says he was provided a verbal apology by using PureGym however, nothing formal and no offer of repayment for his stolen belongings.
He said: “I apprehend the coverage is you take duty to your belongings, but the locker itself was broken.
“The more prominent image of this tale is that a dangerous man or woman has managed to get right into a fitness center overdue at night time in which there are few participants of a team of workers. There could be a more youthful man or woman…someone could have been attacked. He could have been armed.
“There became a definite lack of safety in this event, and a dangerous man or woman become permit in. This time no one became hurt; however, who is to say that there received’t be a person within the destiny is drunk or on pills and tries to rob someone head to head within the gym?”
A spokeswoman for the firm said: “PureGym takes the safety of its members’ assets extremely critically and is completely cooperating with police investigations.”
A spokeswoman for Police Scotland said: “We can affirm that inquiries are persevering with following the spoil into a locker in a gymnasium on Hope Street in Glasgow said on Tuesday the 4th of June.