The most unsavvy thief you could find.
Pokémon is on the crest of the wave when it comes to the world of video games, since it is being possible to see how little by little it is getting closer and closer to the pokemon scarlet and pokemon purple release datethe titles of the ninth generation that will bring great playable novelties at the same time that Nintendo seems aware of the enormous potential of these titles, since the Nintendo Switch OLED Special Edition Pokémon Scarlet and Purple has been presented, which will be launched weeks before the ninth generation
Be that as it may, leaving video games aside, it must be said that another of the great pillars of the brand derives from Pokemon Trading Card Game, being so through these you can play in a different way with the saga. Now, this is also equivalent to the fact that there are many collectors who, collecting the slogan of the franchise, intends to get allwhich sometimes leads to theft.
Steal over $20,000 worth of Pokémon and Magic cards
And it seems that this is what has recently happened in a store, in which an alleged thief ended up stealing pokemon and magic cards in a store, this being an event that took place on August 9 by a 37-year-old man named Myles Vaughn Pajnogac, who broke into a store in Bellingham, Washington, and stole more than $20,000 in letters from these two games, breaking the glass pane for it.
In itself the story would have started and ended here, but it seems not, since on September 3 Pajnogac he went back to the store and tried to steal the purloined letters, which led him to argue with one of the employees and flee the place, leaving the stolen Pokémon cards behind. Thus, after providing a photo of this man, the police can arrest himfinding all kinds of illegal substances in addition to the letters in his apartment.
A story that has ended with the author of the robbery in conditional freedom or equivalent to it in the American legal system. Of course, do not think that it is an isolated case, since the madness of Pokémon cards is too much for some.