A new success story occurred at a shopping center in Rialto, California, where a golf cart was recovered using Apple AirTag
A new success story achieved with Apple AirTag occurred in Rialto, California. Golf cart stolen and recovered thanks to hiding small Apple tracker. According to the KTLA5 news portal, city police responded to a report of a theft in the Rialto shopping center. A security guard finished his shift and parked the cart in the corresponding area. The next guard on duty discovered the cart had been stolen.
Apple’s AirTag was hidden in a golf cart to protect it
Mall surveillance cameras showed a man driving the golf cart away from the mall. The police officers who attended the case covertly tracked the AirTag that was attached to the cart.. The cart arrived in the town of Colton.
Finally Police arrived on scene, recovered the stolen vehicle and arrested the man. who was responsible for what happened. This coincided with the images seen by the cameras. The AirTag was hidden precisely under the seat of the golf cart
Good deeds made easier to do with tracking technology
Previously, the case of a woman being harassed through her car and the placement of an AirTag on the front tire was published. Sample of the cases in which they should not be used and for this same reason Apple has included security support so that users know if they are being tracked illegally.
Cases like today’s, shown by Rialto police, show that trackers can be effective in protecting vehicles, objects and property. Without the AirTag, the golf cart would have disappeared without a trace.
It could perhaps have been recovered using surveillance cameras, but this procedure would be more costly in time and resources, even if they were in operation. Otherwise, the theft would have been a success and the police would not have been able to do their job.