Denver police have released surveillance video showing the widely-reported iPad theft in which robbers seriously damaged the finger of the victim while ripping him off.

The attack took place on Monday when Jordan collected the iPad from a Denver Apple Store for a co-worker. He was leaving the mall with the bag wrapped around his hand when the thief struck, seizing the bag with such force victim, Bill Jordan, saw his finger seriously torn.

“I saw just a bone, all the skin and tendons and everything were off,” Jordan told CBS affiliate KCNC.

“The film shows them walking right behind me down the stairs as I was going out the store,” Jordan explained.

Metro Denver Crimestoppers is offering a $2,000 reward for information leading the capture and conviction of the suspects.

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