American police is currently investigating a case on whether an employee of the cleaning staff on a Delta Air Lines aircraft had suffered for long fingers, when the person found a computer that was forgotten by a passenger.
the typing of the local tv station WSB-TV.
According to the u.s. air passenger Robert, who forgot his computer on a flight to Atlanta in the beginning of december, he called first for the airline in order to get help to get his computer back.
When the airline would not help him, he took the matter into their own hands and took advantage of the ’Find my iPhone’ on his phone to find the computer, which, according to the app found itself at an address in Hapeville in Atlanta, Georgia, just ten minutes away from the airport.
I called Delta to get them to help track it, but they viderestillede me just to the lost property office, where I could only leave a message. But when you use the ’Find my iPhone’, it shows you all your devices, and you can zoom in and see exactly where they are, tells Robert to WSB-TV and points out that he subsequently called the police.
the Tv station has subsequently been in contact with the Hapeville Police Department and seen the police report, which says that the person at that address told officers that he works with to clean aeroplanes in the Atlanta Airport, and admitted that he took the computer and subsequently sold it on for $ 500 (3300 dollars).
Officers persuaded according to the report - then the man to call the buyer and buy back the computer, after which it was returned to the air passenger, Robert.
Robert is not, however, satisfied with how Delta handled the case, and he stood forward with his story, because he is afraid of it happening again.
- There are probably many people, who is tired after a long journey, who forget their phone, computer or anything else. And it is frustrating and worrying that the things can be stolen so easily.
WSB-TV have been in contact with Delta Air Lines to get a comment.
A spokesperson from the airline said that they can not comment on the matter, since they are still investigating the incident, but a spokesperson points out, however, that Delta Air Lines uses the services of a subcontractor to flyrengøringen, and to the person who took the computer, therefore most likely not directly employed by Delta Air Lines.
Police in Hapeville is still investigating the case and can therefore not comment on any charges at this time, write the tv station.
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