It is not known what kind of Galaxy was allegedly left behind.
Crime can, on occasion, veer into the territory of art.
It can also brush itself against black humor.
You must decide what you see here, when I relay the details of a robbery at a Virginia wireless store.
The police allege that Travis Montgomery Snyder, 25, took to a glass case with vigor at DMW Wireless in Springfield, Va.
They say he didn't count on surveillance footage giving them an idea of his looks and build.
They also say, with an entirely straight face, that it isn't wise to leave your Samsung Galaxy behind when you're robbing a store of iPhones.
It wasn't the symbolism, I suspect, that moved the police. It was more the fact that they allegedly traced Snyder through the phone's subscription details.
Though the robbery occurred in February, The Washington Post reports that Snyder was arrested only on Monday.
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