We previously mentioned that a couple thousand of iPhones wee stolen from a Belgian warehouse. Now it seems that those stolen phones are surfacing in Russia, and considering that the iPhone 3GS hasn’t been officially released there yet, it would make sense to assume that it’s going to be extremely popular. Interpol apparently already have a list of the IMEI numbers of the stolen phones, so you might want to be careful if you’re looking to buy an iPhone in the grey market in Russia.
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