Sep 102010
 
 September 10, 2010  Online

NECN reports (emphasis added by me).

Police in Nashua, New Hampshire say they’ve busted a burglary ring in which the suspects targeted Facebook users.

Police say they recovered more than $100,000 worth of property, allegedly stolen by three men.

In all there were more than 50 break-ins. Police say the thieves targeted people who posted their locations on their Facebook profiles. They started striking when the users weren’t home.

This is what the PleaseRobMe.com web site tried to warn people about and what I Can Stalk U tried to warn people about. The more we see geotagging, the more we should expect to see more burglary reports.

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