TKC TOLD YOU SO!!! KANSAS CITY CROOKS TARGET POKÉMON GO PLAYERS!!!
The latest mobile app craze has brought incredible vibrancy to the Country Club Plaza and throughout Midtown area . . . However, just as we predicted, these millennial enthusiasts are often careless and easily fall pray to seasoned crooks on the lookout for new victims.
Proof . . .
KCTV5: Police confirm that multiple armed robberies in the metro involved people playing Pokemon Go.
"The Kansas City Police Department says the robberies happened July 16 and July 17.
"June 16 robbery happened at 10:10 p.m. at Sycamore Way and James A. Reed. The victim told police he had been walking when a suspect with a gun approached him and patted him down.
"Police say two victims were robbed on June 17 near the Nelson-Atkins Museum at 45th Street and Oak Street. Five suspects were involved in the armed robbery. The two victims tried to chase the suspects, but eventually stopped. "
And so once again a new tech phenomena has been destroyed by Kansas City's inability to cope with the rising tide of local crime.
Developing . . .