February 8th, 2007, 13:19 Posted By: Darksaviour69
In New Zealand a 14-year-old thief that had stolen a Xbox 360, contacted Microsoft to register it and asked for a new power cord (he forgot to steal it too). The original victim, rang Microsoft to report it stolen and told them the serial number, but MS told the victim that the thief had already registered it, just a day after the burglary took place!
Microsoft had the thief name, address and phone number, as they were to send him a new power cord.
Police had to wait a while in order to obtain a court order allowing it to claim the information from Microsoft (customer/thief privacy issues), before they could arrest the thief.
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