By Jerry Danzig
A 25-year-old man was hanging out with his friends in a dark and crowded tavern on West Broadway in the evening of Thursday, April 11. He placed his bag at the end of their table. When he left the bar at 9 p.m., he realized that his bag was no longer where he had placed it. The contents of the Tumi bag included a MacBook Pro laptop and law books with a total value of $1,900. The MacBook Pro had no tracking software installed. No evidence was collected, because the victim didn’t report the crime until the afternoon of the following day, after the bar had been cleaned.
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