Published: Wed, April 19, 2017
Electronics | By Lorenzo Hawkins

Coachella Pickpocket: 'Find My Phone' Snags Suspect With 100 of Them

Coachella Pickpocket: 'Find My Phone' Snags Suspect With 100 of Them

Reinaldo De Jesus Henao stole 100 mobile phones from punters at Coachella. When they tracked the devices, they all independently managed to pinpoint the same man as the one who has their phones - Reinaldo de Jesus Henao, 36 year old of NY.

Around this time every year since the event's incorporation back in 1999, thousands of happy-go-lucky festival-goers have gathered amidst the heat of California's Inland Empire to attend the world-famous Coachella Valley Music and Arts festival.

Over 100 smartphones were stolen from attendees, with Indio Police saying that several of them activated the "Find my iPhone" app in order to find and follow the suspect.

I guess he forgot about the "Find My Phone App".

"People who lost their phones, or had them stolen, were tracking it", said Little.

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Marshall reported that "enough people pinpointed it to this person, they notified security, they looked around, they saw a person with a backpack, they detained him and then they called us".

Several devices were returned to their owners on Friday evening and Saturday morning.

Responding officers allegedly found a backpack with over 100 cell phones in Henao's possession, according to Marshall.

Numerous phones were returned to their owners with the remaining devices being handed in to Coachella's lost property.

Police wants to remind everyone to take extra caution in crowded and unfamiliar places.

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