Thief uses stolen laptop to hack owners Facebook account
A couple from Hove, West Sussex had their home burglarized and the thieves took a Nintendo DS, a Toshiba laptop, and an iPhone. The thief left behind the TV set owned by Dan and Victoria Richardson. The day after the theft the burglar used the stolen laptop to hack the couples Facebook account.
Once inside the Facebook account the burglar posted updates taunting the victim. The first post to the Facebook page said "On my new Laptop." The next post said "Listening to music on my new phone feels so good. I have the laptop, phones OK but a bit scratched it'll do. TV was rubbish so I left it, ds was a bonus. Now to the porn (sic) shop I gooo, thankyou Toshiba is my favourite make."
The final post from the thief said, "regards your nighttime burglar."
Victoria Richardson said, "I felt very spooked. I have never felt like that before. It felt like they were rubbing my nose in it. They have been in your physical space, and then they are in your online space."
A spokesman from the Sussex police said, "Being burgled is traumatic enough for any family but for the culprit to apparently use their stolen possessions to publicly gloat over the crime is a sinister twist. As with all burglaries we are taking the matter seriously and a thorough investigation is under way to bring this offender to justice."
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