Stolen GPS devices make for easy burglary arrest

Friday, 19 January 2007, 9:21 PM EST

A trio of thieves who looted GPS systems out of cars in a New York garage had a tough time concealing their location, as the devices led police right to the suspects' home.

In total, 14 GPS handhelds were taken from the Town of Babylon Public Works parking garage in Lindenhurst, NY. Reportedly, the thieves thought they were stealing cell phones and were not aware that they were actually taking handfuls of the most easily trackable products.

At Tom's Hardware.

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