Couple snapped on stolen iPhone

Last updated 10:14 12/01/2013
Stolen iPhone

WANTED: Police are searching for a couple who have had their picture taken on a stolen iPhone.

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Police are searching for an Auckland couple who unwittingly snapped themselves on a stolen smartphone.

The iPhone was stolen on December 5 during one of two house burglaries in Avondale.

Unluckily for the alleged thieves, the owner of the phone had installed a programme that emails them any new photos taken on the device.

Police are urging anyone who may know the couple pictured to call them on (09) 302 6400.

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