In Oakville, a city in southern Ontario, Canada, a story happened in the very spirit of the Grand Theft Auto series. On Christmas Eve, a woman stole $ 66,000 worth of computer hardware and accessories from Rockstar Games Toronto.
Rockstar Games Toronto is primarily concerned with porting games developed by other divisions of Rockstar Games. However, the company helped develop The Warriors, Red Dead Redemption 2 and Max Payne 3, as well as created an in-game editor for the captured video in the PC version of Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto V.
The criminal pretty much “walked” for a month. In addition to stealing Rockstar Games equipment, the 30-year-old committed a number of unlawful acts between December 24 and January 23, including stealing a car, a pair of jackets and an iPhone, which was then used to make multiple purchases with Apple Pay.
In total, she was charged with 18 charges, including theft of more than $ 5 thousand, fraudulent use of a credit card and illegal turnover of property obtained by criminal means.
The police found and arrested the woman on January 25. She is in detention pending a bail hearing. But the end of the story in the style of Grand Theft Auto she can hardly count.
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