Cops searched the thief's residence on Tuesday and found the home a complete mess; "The amount of luggage being stored inside of the residence was almost surreal," Officer Kendall Goo wrote in a court document, according to AOL news. The exact number of stolen bags found at the home isn't yet known, but the police did say that all of the identifying luggage tags had already been removed, which is going to make it a billion times harder for police to reunite the stolen goods with their original owners.
Now assume that King was visiting the airport every day and picking off one bag. At 1,000 or so bags, he'd have to be at this for just short of three years, everyday, and you're telling us that he's just being caught now? The man is obviously obsessive compulsive about getting his grubby mitts on your stuff. So if you've recently traveled (in the last couple years, we're guessing) to Phoenix and your luggage went missing, we'd suggest giving the cops a call, and checking the picture above for anything you might recognize.
· Luggage thieves suspected of stealing up to 1,000 suitcases from carousels at Phoenix Airport in the US [Daily Mail]
· 1,000 Pieces of Stolen Luggage Found [AOL News]
· Baggage coverage [Jaunted]