Chicago Thief Arrested After Using Stolen Phone To Order Food
A criminal in Chicago was caught after using a cellphone he had stolen to order food.
Once again proving you don't have to be smart to break the law.
According to abc7chicago.com,
"CHICAGO -- A man was denied bail Saturday after he allegedly robbed someone at gunpoint and then used the stolen phone to deliver food to himself - thereby alerting authorities to his location."
The suspect robbed the victim of his phone and belt. He then returned to his grandmother's house a few blocks away. When he arrived, the thief order food off an "Uber Eats" app on the stolen device.
The police were immediately able to try down the mugger through the credit card information attached to the order. When the officers arrived, they found the lawbreaker with the phone and wearing the belt.
Of course, he was arrested.