- Created: Wednesday, 28 December 2011 12:58
- Written by Matt
Police in Madison, Wisconson caught a lucky break in a case involving stolen DVD's, video and computer games recently. They say that two men in their mid-twenties entered an area Target store and made off with several hundred dollars in merchandise and discussed what they stole, where they were headed, how they would sell the stolen goods and what type of vehicle they were in. Sounds strange, right? Seems like a lot of information for the Police to gather from a survelience camera and some stolen discs, right?
Turns out, it wasn't incredible police work that led to this information.. it was the theives themselves. One of them pocket dialed 911 shortly after leaving the store and unknowingly gave themselves up to the operator who was listening and taking notes for an entire hour.
After much deliberation, the duo decided to sell their take at a local video store, where, dun dun dunnn.. police were waiting. Case closed, Idiots.
[via Huffington Post]