The British Transport Police want to trace two men in connection with a series of phone thefts at train stations in the south London area in the past two weeks. Three phones have been taken, one at Selhurst station, two at Thornton Heath. The phones were all iPhones, worth more than £300 each.
Apple mania reached fever pitch as lucky punters became the first to get their hands on the new iPhone.
The latest Apple gadget became available from 8am, as hundreds were cheered into the brand's store in Covent Garden, central London.
Apple store workers dressed in blue T-shirts formed a passageway and high-fived customers who had been waiting outside the shop for up to a week.
The phone is already guaranteed to be a best-seller, with the company reporting pre-orders around the world of two million in just 24 hours and many customers not expected to receive theirs until October.
Two charity fundraisers are camping outside Apple's flagship store for a week in order to become the first owners of the iPhone 5.
Kent pals Ryan Williams, 22, and Peter King, 19, are hoping to raise thousands of pounds for Cancer Research UK by auctioning a much-coveted phone to those not wanting to join the massive queue.They're hoping to sell four new handsets (the maximum allowed per person) which cost more than £500.
The men decided to raise money for the charity after a friend was diagnosed with bowel cancer and Mr King's mother, Sue, died from cancer three years ago.
The auction runs until 30 minutes before the phone goes on sale on Friday morning.