Stolen WiiU Systems Number 700,000 From Seattle Warehouse

19 Dec

WiiU Deluxe Stacked System Boxes In Stores

Someone made out with stacks of WiiU systems!

Stolen WiiU systems?! WHAT IS THE WORLD COMING TOO?! Reportedly, over 700,000 Wii U systems have been stolen from a warehouse in Seattle. Apparently the thieves simply drove up to the warehouse during a fierce storm, loaded pallets full of WiiU consoles into their vehicles. And drove away with a massive, MASSIVE bounty on their hands. This would represent a loss of over $2 million dollars for Nintendo, or for whatever company will have to pay the insurance for the warehouse theft. It happened at SeaTac’s Seattle Air Cargo warehouse.

If you have any information or you suspect that you may have purchased a stolen WiiU on ebay or such, contact the King County Sheriff’s Office. Here is their phone number: 206-296-3311. The systems may be stolen if you see them sold in bulk or if a certain dealer seems to have an unlimited supply.

Crazy, crazy stuff.

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Posted by on December 19, 2012 in News, Videogame News


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