Police: Stolen Apple TV’s found in Alabama man’s car

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NEWNAN, Ga. (AP) — Georgia police say a Walmart stocker was found with stolen goods during a traffic stop, including 12 Apple TV 4k modules.

The Newnan Times-Herald reports 24-year-old Jordan Auterious Hardy of Montgomery, Alabama, was charged with violation of probation Thursday.

Police say they observed the car Hardy was in traveling without headlights on.

Col. James Yarbrough of the Coweta County Sheriff’s Office says Hardy was a passenger and told officers he had an outstanding warrant for violation of probation.

Authorities say a magnet used to remove security devices was found in Hardy’s pocket. Investigators also found Apple TV’s and other items.

The driver of the car indicated the items were stolen. Yarbrough says Hardy works at a Walmart in Montgomery and said the items weren’t his. The driver was let go.

Investigators were determining where the Apple TV’s came from.

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