Will.i.am Uses iPad To Track Down Thief In Los Angeles
Black Eyed Peas Rapper Will.i.am used his iPad's built-in tracking system to locate $10,000 worth of belongings (including his new iPad) stolen from his Bentley last week.
According to KTLA News, Will used the tracking system to locate the thief's location and forwarded the information to the police. The suspect is still on the run, but the police was able to find some of the stolen goods and return them to the rapper.
The thief broke into the parked Bentley on June 21 in Hollywood Hills.
Authorities have said that they are close to making an arrest.
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