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Monday, 05 April 2010 12:31

iPad gets stolen for the first time

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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iTheft?


We were
pretty sure that no one would ever want to steal one, but it appears that there indeed are some troubled souls who would.

A man from Manchester, New Hampshire, has bought the iPad but was disposed of it in front of the store. The “perpetrator“, reportedly a teenager, shoved the man, grabbed the bag and hopped into a car driven by another teenager.

The “case“ is yet unsolved and the police warns users shopping in electronics stores not to be careless when shopping. Quite understandable really, as it only takes an instant for someone to steal that what you probably didn’t need in the first place.

More here.

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