Rather bad photo of a "Firebrat" (Thermobia domestica) - a species that used to be common in hot places in human buildings, around ovens and furnaces etcetera, but is quickly disappearing due to improved isolation and hygiene.
Here is a collage with s little more detail:
The firebrat is a small hexapod similar to the silverfish, both in the order Thysanura.
Firebrats prefer higher temperatures and require some humidity, and can be found in bakeries and near boilers or furnaces. They feed on a wide variety of carbohydrates and starches that are also protein sources such as dog food, flour and book bindings. They are distributed throughout most parts of the world and are normally found outdoors under rocks, leaf litter, and in similar environments, but.. more