The thief in action at home late that Steve Jobs has been successfully captured. Police reportedly tracked the offender after he turned on the device is stolen.
Offender who was homeless before stealing some of the Apple iMac as the two units, three iPad, an Apple TV, and some jewelry. Overall value reached USD 60 thousand.
Shortly after breaking into the house Steve Jobs, a thief named Kariem McFarlin (35 years) from Alameda, California was arrested and charged with residential burglary and selling stolen goods. And what makes it so quickly rounded up?
As quoted from Sophos, Thursday (8/16/2012), the perpetrator was caught shortly after he started the Apple device is stolen. The device automatically communicated to the house of Steve Jobs and the Apple campus in Cupertino for an update.
Well, it’s not difficult for the authorities to track down the thief, let alone by default the stolen device sends location coordinates to the Apple server. Moreover, all products are stolen also had implanted tracking applications such as Findmy iPad or Find My Mac.
As a result of the incident, McFarlin has been jailed on bail $ 500 thousand while awaiting a court hearing held August 20. According to prosecutors, he could face charges of 8 years in prison if convicted. However, authorities believe, he did not realize had been breaking into homes Jobs.