GA - Atlanta couple terrorized by unknown glitch

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    Atlanta couple terrorized by unknown glitch that brings dozens of people and police to their home demanding STOLEN phones

    Atlanta, Georgia -
    An Atlanta couple is being bombarded by people pounding on their front door, sometimes in the middle of the night, sometimes with a cop, demanding that they hand over a missing phone.
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    Christina Lee and Michael Saba's answer is always the same: 'Your phone-tracking app is wrong, we're sorry you've come all this way. This has happened before.'

    They received more than a dozen visits in the last year - and two already in the first month of 2016.

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    Michael Saba and Christina Lee regularly receive unexpected visitors.
    As the visits continue, Lee and Saba are getting more and more worried that one day the person who believes their stolen iPhone is inside their home won't be as understanding as the last.

    'My biggest fear is that someone dangerous or violent is going to visit our house because of this,' Saba told Fusion.
    'If or when that happens, I doubt our polite explanations are gonna go very far.'

    The bizarre fluke causing phone-tracking apps to continue and pinpoint Lee and Saba's home has even led them to become persons of interest in the case of a girl reported missing by her parents.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...-makes-house-stolen-phones.html#ixzz3yOFP1hX5
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