Members of InsolvenCity's Fraternal Order of Police can be remarkably thorough about their work -- they apparently sent seven officers to a video rental shop to apprehend two dangerous suspects (described by police as a hard drive and a router, both said by authorities to have been "plugged in" to a worldwide web of criminal intrigue).
(For those who might question the number of officers dispatched to this particular crime scene, there was no assurance the suspects would comply with a police command to "come out with your antennas up.")
Pittsburgh police have assured the public that their myopic chase of an Internet prankster will not compromise their pursuit of the hundreds of murderers, rapists and robbers they have failed to identify and/or apprehend.
Here is one case the robbery detectives could investigate. Again.
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