Man arrested after stealing Sony Ericsson prototype phones

Man arrested after stealing Sony Ericsson prototype phones
In a story that could be filed under "B" for bizarre, a 35 year old man was arrested in Sweden for stealing a number of Sony Ericsson cellphone prototypes.According to police, the phones were stolen from the cellular device manufacturer's office in Lund on Monday or Tuesday. On Wednesday, the guy was busted and the cops found more than 100 cellphones in his house along with the Sony Ericsson models. While the man was not an employee of the company, he did some kind of work for them, which allowed him to use a pass card to gain entry into the building. Police estimate the value of the phones taken $90,000 in U.S. currency.

source: via Engadget 


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