Find My iPhone Wins Again As Stolen iPhone Leads Police To Four Armed Robbers

Find My iPhone Wins Again As Stolen iPhone Leads Police To Four Armed Robbers

Dear Theives. We’ve been over this like a thousand times. If you’re going to steal an iPhone, make sure you either A) Reset it, or B) Turn it off. There’s a wonderful application called Find My iPhone that’s going to lead the cops to you everytime.

Four armed robbers in Springfield Massachusetts still haven’t learned this valuable bit of information. The robbers donned their masked and rushed into an Ambis convenience store with their guns and plundered the store of its money, cigarettes, and a laptop. Then they stole an iPhone and that’s when everything went downhill.

The stolen iPhone belonged to one of the victims in the store and it had Find My iPhone on it, which the police then used to track down the four masterminds who were identified as Jennifer Brown, Jonathan Lopex, Misael Lebron, and Kyle Randolph

The group of robbers were hanging out a house just a half mile down the road from the convenience store. The police used Find My iPhone to find their location and then bust in and arrest them. One of the robbers even tried to run out the back door, but the state police dogs were happy to greet him and gnaw on his legs a little bit.

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  • lwdesign1

    Buster: Don’t tell the jerkwads how to avoid being captured, you nitwit. Are you on their side?

  • lwdesign1

    Buster: Don’t tell the jerkwads how to avoid being captured, you nitwit. Are you on their side?

  • Huntress

    Why in the world would you tell thieves how to unlock the ‘find iphone’ app?? Maybe you need a reality check before writing your next article.

  • Dammster

    OMG… why would you tell them how to get rid of it? Are you one of them or what?

  • vampyr79

    That so funny, I realise that those of us that read this own smart phone and are fairly computer savy and can read… obviously your average armed drug store robbers don’t read, other wise they too would have figured out that iphones are more than just a cool phone ;).

  • kavok

    And in recent news Buster Heine was arrested for aiding and abetting criminals by telling them how to avoid capture.

  • extra_medium

    The real crime is getting paid to rehash multiple sentences from a previously rehashed article you don’t have time to look over even once before publishing.

  • iamleeperez

    maybe the phone was passlocked on, so they couldnt get it and turn it off

  • Reivax

    Seriously, don’t repost details on how to get around F.M.Ph, even if they seem obvious to you. There are other clever ways to start a recovered-iPhone article.

  • Tinny

    Why are you giving advices to thieves?

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