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South Jersey Couple’s ‘Selfies' on Stolen iPad Leads to Arrest



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    For the most part, "selfies" are harmless and often a creative way to snap a photograph. But for one New Jersey couple, their "selfies" led to their arrest.

    The bizarre chain of events began on October 13 when a woman’s iPad was stolen from her car that was parked outside a Starbucks on Route 73 in Evesham Township, New Jersey.

    Police say the suspects -- 38-year-old Lawrence Segers III and 26-year-old Katovia Williams -- took "selfies" with the victim’s iPad.

    During the investigation, the victim reported that pictures of an unknown male and female surfaced through her iCloud account.

    Investigators were able to identify the couple with the assistance of the Lindenwold Police Department.

    Segers III and Williams were arrested Wednesday.

    The suspects, both of Voorhees, have been charged with 3rd degree Burglary and 4th degree Theft. They are being held at the Burlington County Jail.

    The stolen iPad was recovered and will be returned to the victim.