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Men arrested for allegedly stealing iPhone from Waikiki pizzeria

By Star-Advertiser staff


Two men were arrested early Sunday morning after they allegedly stole an iPhone and charger from a Waikiki pizzeria.

Police said that at 12:28 a.m. 32-year-old Waipahu man stole an iPhone and charger belonging to the owner of Agostino’s Pizza on Kuhio Avenue, which was plugged into a power strip at the restaurant.

The suspect and his companion, a 24-year-old Kapolei man, left the restaurant and got into a car, police said. The 24-year-old suspect got out of the car and dumped the charger when a security guard intervened and helped to apprehend the two suspects, according to police. 

The men were arrested on suspicion of second-degree theft.

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cojef wrote:
Stupid, iPhones has GPS tracking device and be easily traced.
on October 15,2012 | 09:13AM
inverse wrote:
Not if the thief quickly erases the entire Iphone contents and uses his own SIM card. At that point I doubt the stolen phone would be traceable.
on October 15,2012 | 09:23AM
Surfer_Dude wrote:
Not all iPhones have SIM cards. But all he had to do was go to settings and turn off LOCATION SERVICES.
on October 15,2012 | 02:44PM
inverse wrote:
Not if the person put a password to use the Iphone. A thiefs best move is to wipe out the contents of an Iphone and then sell the phone itself on E bay or wherever to an unsuspecting person.
on October 16,2012 | 05:10AM
loquaciousone wrote:
What? He stole the phone but left the pizza? What a dufus!
on October 15,2012 | 09:15AM
allie wrote:
yes it was scary
on October 15,2012 | 09:59AM
ejkorvette wrote:
Hey This News is Important! It should make CNN World News! It should be on the Front Page! YAHOOOOO YIPPPPEEEEEE WOOOOO HOOOOOOO, LUCKY YOU LIVE IN HAWAII! YAH? YAH? HOOOORAYYYY, This is a BACKWARDS STATE. HEY a Snail moved today. Front page NEWS!
on October 15,2012 | 01:12PM
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