A NY man was arrested at Coachella on Friday night after stealing over 100 phones from festival-goers!
Many people who noticed their phones were missing activated the "Find My Phone" feature, allowing them to follow the suspect through the Empire Polo Club in Indio. Enough people pinpointed it to this person, they notified security, they looked around, they saw a person with a backpack, they detained him and then they called us. Those signals led the victims to Henao.
A few phones were reunited with their owners on the spot.
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Police officers found over 100 stolen cell phones in Henao's bag, a haul that is hard to not find impressive. If you were among the victims and you don't know where the lost and found is, just turn on Find My Phone.
Henao was released Saturday from the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility in Banning after posting $10,000 bail, according to jail records. Using an elastic band around the wallet or phone will prevent it from smoothly sliding out of your pocket.
Everyone waves their phone around at Coachella because everyone needs to Instagram the experience (also, it's 2017), which makes attendees a prime target for pickpocketing.