Coachella man caught stealing over 100 phones thanks to Find My iPhone

Apr 18, 2017, 01:42
Coachella man caught stealing over 100 phones thanks to Find My iPhone

Festival security then detained him until the cops arrived. Around 20 of the stolen phones were returned to their rightful owners; the rest were left at lost and found.

A NY man accused of stealing over 100 mobile phones at the Coachella Music and Art Festival was arrested, police said. After several festival attendees noticed their phones missing, they used the "Find My iPhone" app to track down the pickpocket. Apparently, Reinaldo De Jesus Henao, 36, from NY, allegedly had a backpack with over 100 cell phones, and had been wandering around Coachella stealing people's devices.

Indio Police announced that 36-year old Reinaldo De Jesus Henao was arrested on the grounds of the festival on Friday, the first day of the weekend venue.

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Henao was released Saturday from the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility in Banning after posting $10,000 bail, according to jail records.

Carry phones or wallets in your front pocket instead of your rear pocket and use an elastic band to attach them to your body.

Coachella might be a Snapchatter's paradise, but it's also, apparently, a phone thief's paradise.