Swedish police are hunting for a callous thief who robbed a man as he lay helpless on train tracks - and then left him there to be hit by a train as it arrived at the station.
Security vision captured the thief in action and reveals that he passed a security guard as he left the station but did not tell him there was a person on the tracks.
The 38-year-old survived being hit by the train.
Stokholm police inspector Dan Osenan said: "He had at least six minutes to sound the alarm. If he had told the guard then he would have had time to stop the train.
"It makes you want to be sick. It doesn't matter that this was a 38 year old man. This could have been a child and someone like this doesn't give a damn."
The security vision shows the thief following the man and attempting to rob him as he sat on a bench.
The man walks away, but stumbles and falls on to the tracks and that's when the thief strikes.
Nearly 10 minutes later, long after the thief has gone, a train arrives at the station, hitting the man.He lost half his left foot and will need a prosthetic knee.
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