Christchurch smartphone thief update: Location of Molotov Cocktail arson identified

A follow up on our Christchurch Smartphone Thief stories from earlier today:

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The sleuths at the GP Forum haven’t sat still and found the location where the Molotov Cocktail was thrown.  Above, the wall, below, the broken pieces of bottle and some Google Earth context:  

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Some have asked if the photos taken by the smartphone have GPS location data encoded in them.  No, they did not.

 

H/T: kgdl, Source: GP Forums

 

 

 


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