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6,000 Copies of Modern Warfare 3 Stolen
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In a brazen heist stolen from the screens of a major Hollywood movie, masked bandits have stolen 6,000 copies of the highly anticipated CoD:MW3.

Gaming news site www.computerandvideogames.com¬†reported on Sunday that over AU$550,000 worth of CoD discs were stolen from a truck in Cr√©teil, south of Paris. In what can only be named as ‘Ballsy’ reports are stating two masked, armed men crashed a vehicle into the delivery truck that contained the games. They then used tear gas on the driver and passenger and took off with the truck.

Stories that the game has already been seen on the auction sites cannot be linked to the heist, however with so many copies the first place to sell them would be on the net. Activision has already suggested that no legitimate fan will be banned from using one of these copies, but they did suggest waiting until midnight on the 7th to do so.


 
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