Another video game-loving thief was caught online! Police nabbed a careless electronics thief whose used a stolen Xbox for online play — allowing investigators to uncover a stockpile of pilfered goods he had allegedly stowed away in his grandmother's house.
On the day of the burglary, the victim used another Xbox to go online and spotted his videogame console in use, according to the Post. Investigators then tracked the IP address to a Pelham home where 22-year-old Jeremiah Gilliam is accused of hiding the goods he stole from as many as 200 car break-ins and burglaries in Westchester County.
The suspect purportedly used his grandma's residence as a stash house for dozens of video games, laptops, GPS devices, Xboxes, PlayStations and credit cards. At the time of his arrest, Gilliam was already under investigation for "13 robberies of unlocked cars," according to the tabloid.