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01.10.2008 International

New York Man Arrested After Victim Tracked Him Remotely

The New York police arrested a man who stole somebody's laptop after the owner was able to track his whereabouts via remote.
Police said the 34-year-old suspect was arrested after the owner of the laptop he stole used a remote access software to log on everyday to his missing laptop and monitor its usage.
Jose Caceres told White Plains police he left his laptop on top of his car but the suspect stole it.
Caceres said, using a remote program, he was able to log on to his laptop and watch the suspect use his mobile computer to watch pornography.
The suspect typed in a name and address to register at a pornographic Web site while Caceres tracked him down.
He was arrested a few hours later. The police charged the suspect with grand larceny.