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22,500 LG G2's, worth $14 Million stolen from Indiana, United States

Phone thievery is nothing new, and this time the thieves set their eyes on a smartphone with it's hardware buttons placed on the back, including the volume up and down rockers with the power button in the middle of it, below the 13 megapixels primary camera, the 2013 flagship of the South Korean manufacturer Life's Good, the G2. Well this is an interesting case, 22,500 LG G2's are missing including the cargo truck from Indiana, United States.

It all started like this, at 6:30 PM this past Thursday, the cargo truck carrying 22,500 LG G2's went missing from a truck stop in Gary, Indiana, Stateside. According to the truck driver, he stopped his truck at the Gary truck stop for a bathroom break, and when he returned, there was no traces of the vehicle containing 14 Million US Dollars worth LG manufactured G2, which was heading it's way to Sprint stores in Louisville, Kentucky, USA, where the Sprint customers were expected to get the G2 refresh early next month.

The Indiana and Illinois police have already filed a report and started their investigation on the case along with the stateside Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

Source: c|net, GSMArena