You know who the busiest guys are during the Christmas season? [firstpara]
No, it's not Santa; he just delivers the goods, but it's really his elves that do the brunt of the work.
The busiest guys this season are of course, the snatchers, the hold-uppers, and all the other evil dudes whose line of work involves ridding you of your hard-earned stuff, commonly without your permission.
And Sugarfree bassist Jalton Taguibao is just one of their latest victims.
The musician was at a party Monday night at 70s Bistro in Quezon City, when his car was broken into by a group of thieves.
Using a diamond cutter, the crooks were able to breach Taguibao's car, and take his bag which had his phone, MacBook, and a Samsung Galaxy tab.
The Samsung Galaxy tab though still has its GPS activated, which means that the device can still be tracked. And through Google Maps, Taguibao was able to do just that, with the latest updates showing that it had traveled from 70s Bistro to Angono, Rizal and then to somewhere in Lower Taguig.
The bassist reported the incident to the police thereafter, and was hoping that the still-active GPS of his gadget would be able to help. Too bad though that the authorities he reported the incident to do not know what a GPS is or how to use the data it presented.
So this is where you come in. Let's help find the felons, along with Techie.com.ph who asks: "if there are any Techies out there in Taguig, leads will be greatly appreciated."
WORDS BY: GELO GONZALES
PHOTO COURTESY OF TECHIE.COM.PH