West Yorkshire Police arrested three men linked to several car thefts in the area, but what they used to steal these vehicles is the surprising part. They discovered that the trio was using a Supreme-branded device that resembled a Nintendo Game Boy, although the hardware inside can’t be used to play games whatsoever. The device itself costs $27,000 USD and is designed to bypass the security system of the Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in Hybrid SUV. Read more for a video and additional information.
The men were captured by CCTV using the device to unlock one of the Outlanders, unplugging it from the charging station, and then bypassing its security system to enable the push-to-start feature. When they were stopped by police, one of the suspect’s phones contained a video footage of the three demonstrating the device, accompanied by some colorful commentary that most certainly incriminated the trio.
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