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Search for stolen iPhone leads to bigger discovery
NEW YORK (WABC) -- A woman who had her iPhone stolen used technology to track it down, and wound up finding a whole lot more.
Investigators said the victim had her phone stolen while she at Club Moka in Queens.
Using the tracking app "Find My iPhone, police say she was eventually led to a location on Jamaica Avenue.
She summoned police. Investigators, armed with a search warrant, discovered 12 counterfeit iPhones and 6 counterfeit refurbished iPhones.
What they did not find was her phone. They're not sure what happened to it yet.
Police arrested the store owner and five others.
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