Women lost 300,000 yuan of customized mobile phones and found simple functions as toys

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 Women lost 300,000 yuan of customized mobile phones and found simple functions as toys


Recently, the duty room of Huixing Police Station of Yubei District Public Security Bureau received an alarm. The alarmer claimed that his Weitu mobile phone, worth more than 300,000 yuan, was lost when he got off the taxi.

At about 4:03 p.m. on January 17, after receiving the alarm, the police quickly rushed to the alarm site and met the anxious alarmer, Ms. Chen (pseudonym). After the police asked about some information, they learned about Ms. Chens lost mobile phone. At the same time, Ms. Chen was very sure that the mobile phone was lost when she got off the train.

The police carefully inspected the place where Ms. Chen lost her mobile phone. After completing the registration, they decided to take Ms. Chen to the police station to check the nearby video surveillance. On her way to the police station, Ms. Chen said that her mobile phone was a customized machine, which belonged to the limited edition and was worth more than 300,000 yuan at that time. That afternoon, the driver drove Ms. Chen to a pastry shop to buy cakes. When Ms. Chen got out of the car by the roadside, the driver drove away. Then she went to the shop to buy things. She waited less than 10 minutes before and after she bought the cakes and was ready to make a phone call. She was shocked to find that there was no mobile phone all over her body. But after careful recall, she was sure that she would get off when she got off the car. The machine has been taken away.

After the vehicle and Ms. Chen left for a while, police saw a man in his 50s bending down to pick up things while waiting for a taxi at the roadside, and then took a taxi with two other young people. When the police checked the taxi license plate, they found the drivers phone number by asking the taxi company, and determined that the taxi took the passengers off near a certain community. The police took Ms. Chen to the place where they got off. Unexpectedly, they met a middle-aged man who took a taxi.

The passenger admitted that he had picked up a mobile phone. When he saw it, he could only dial the phone and send short messages. He thought it was of little use and was thrown away by others. During the taxi ride, he gave the mobile phone to another young man who was riding with him and let him take it home to play as a toy for his children. Just as he knew the young man, he also lived in the neighborhood, so the police found the young man with him. After explaining the situation, the young man also took out his mobile phone and returned it to the owner, Ms. Chen, who repeatedly thanked the person who had found the mobile phone, and also thanked the police for their dedication to help find it in three hours.

Source: Qian Mingxiao_NBJ10675, responsible editor of upstream news of Chongqing Morning Post