Thieves make off with $4K in cell phones from Walmart

By William F. West

The Daily Advance

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For the second time in less than a month, police are investigating the theft of electronics worth thousands of dollars from the Elizabeth City Walmart Supercenter.

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A friend's smartphone got

A friend's smartphone got stolen a couple of weeks ago and he was reading on MicroMagic that the best thing to do in that case is to contact the police and the phone company, so he did just that. In 4 more days they were able to find his phone and returned it to him.

Every smartphone that is

Every smartphone that is being sold today comes with a unique ID number, and a GPS chip, so I highly doubt the thieves will be able to sell the stolen phones in good time. Reading about the latest technology on https://www.qccusa.com/solutions/telephone-systems gives you a sense of hope for phone systems being used for the betterment of mankind.

@spryguy

Sounds like Walmart has some "shady" employees. Where did these men get the key from?

Security

Sounds like Walmart needs to hire security to work electronics over night.

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