Does my case has enough circumstantial evidence to prove guilt beyond doubt

Situation : Does my case has enough circumstantial evidence to prove guilt beyond doubt. If not what will be exact circumstantial evidence to get me charged or convicted in my case. Can I be charged or convicted for theft of phone / pickpocketing if a person provides following information 1. His phone was there when he checked before leaving the store i.e When I was present at the store and when I left the store his phone was missing. When I went to the store next day he’s blaming me for pickpocketing / theft. 2. I was the only one standing next to him or at the store when this incident happened. He is blaming me for pickpocketing as I could be the only possibility who could have done it as I was the one standing next to him at the store and when I left the store his phone was missing and which makes sense. Are these two circumstantial statements enough to charge or convict. I need a yes and no answer. These are the only two statements which I am being blamed upon. I’m worried I haven’t done it. Thank you in advance.
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