Thomas Van Straubenzee

December 18, 2011 by staff 

Thomas Van Straubenzee, Prince Harry rushed to the aid of a friend who was robbed of his mobile phone while speaking to the royal, The Mail on Sunday newspaper said.

Harry, third in line to the throne, heard the robbery and quickly drove to the crime scene in Battersea, southwest London.

When the army helicopter pilot could not find Thomas van Straubenzee, he drove to the nearest police station, where his friend was already reporting the crime.

Harry, 27, a grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, gave a witness statement, a source said. It is thought to be the first time a senior royal has walked into a police station to report a crime.

Van Straubenzee’s mobile phone was taken during the November 30 attack.

“Police are investigating an allegation of personal robbery which occurred at approximately 8:30pm on November 30 in Albert Bridge Road,” a spokesman for London’s Metropolitan Police said.

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