That’s my phone

  • Saturday, January 25, 2014

A woman called police to report that someone had stolen her new IPhone. She said she was at a local bar and had it on the counter in front of her. She said she turned around and when she turned back top face the bar, the phone was gone.

She had her friend call her phone and when she did, she saw a man holding a phone that kept lighting up.

She told police she confronted the man and he told her to back off because he had a gun.

She walked away and left the bar.

There was not much the police could do since she did not know the individual. But they advised her to have the phone company try and track the phone and to let them know what she found out.


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