Whilst parents scurry around trying to gather presents for little Jimmy and little Sarah’s magical Christmas, some people in Seattle, Washington took it upon themselves to make their Nintendo dreams come true.
ABC News reported on a calculated heist that saw 7,000 Wii U systems (which translates to approximately $2,000,000) stolen from SeaTac’s Seattle Air Cargo warehouse. The merry band of thieves loaded 64 pallets of Nintendo’s latest hardware in to three trucks and drove off with the merchandise.
As you can see in the video below, anti-theft style measures within the system itself, are mentioned. Kotaku contacted Nintendo about this potential tracking device, but they have not yet commented.
7,000, wow. Also…bit greedy.