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Posted on Friday, April 18 @ 11:12:48 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
Yesterday morning at about 5:00 AM the vast Game Revolution compound was robbed. Two master criminals ripped a non-opening window out of the wall, climbed over the broken glass, tripped the alarm, stole two Xbox 360's (minus cords), and ran.

I know it was two of them, because amazingly, they came back. After the cops were done swarming the area, they went off about other business. I, however, did not. I caught one of them trying to sneak in the front door (which was unlocked because I was there).

He stammered, "Um, do you know when they open upstairs?"

"Which business?" I asked.

"Um, the man said they were open upstairs. Sorry." He closed the door and ran. I turned and saw the other one running from the broken window.

I called 911, gave them a description and then ran outside myself to see if I could find them. Amazingly, the cops failed to capture these master criminals again, although several other witnesses saw them up close and personal and gave statements to the police.

Anyway, be on the lookout for Xbox Live user Zombiebot, I'm going to leave the account active and not reclaim it. It should automatically log-in if they connect to the internet. I've got a $100 GameStop card for anyone who can figure out who they are.

 

 



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