Pokemon Catchers Catch Thief In New Zealand

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Pokemon Hunters heard car alarms on Wednesday night and spotted a masked man running away.

MOSCOW, September 1 – RIA Novosti. Fascinated by the game Pokemon Go, “pocket monsters” hunters caught a robber in the New Zealand city of Napier and held him in a car until the police arrived, Reuters reported , citing police.

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Pokemon Hunters heard car alarms on Wednesday night and spotted a masked man running away.

“They did not use Pokeballs (a tool for capturing and storing Pokemon – ed.), They just locked it in the car until the arrival of the guards,” the agency quoted the police as saying.

The robber was arrested and charged in court on September 7.

“Catching small monsters-Pokemon benefits not only the players, but, in our case, and the police. However, we do not want the good Samaritans to suffer,” the words of the police spokesman Napier David Sutherland are quoted in the message.

Pokemon Go game application from Nintendo.

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Pokemon Go is declining in popularity, analysts say
Since the beginning of August, not only the number of players who use the application on a daily basis has decreased, but also the percentage of engagement in interaction with the game, analysts say.
Pokemon GO is a free application based on “augmented reality” technology – the digital and real worlds are connected, as the picture displayed on the smartphone screen is projected onto the location of the real world. One of the main goals of the game – to catch a Pokemon (Pocket Monster – “pocket monster”) – forced many people to take to the streets, parks, beaches, completely absorbed in this process.
At the same time, experts warned that the game could lead to injury or robbery in the real world. Russian banks even offered to insure against injuries during the game. In addition, one of the veterans of the Russian special services did not rule out that the application could be used for espionage. Assistant to the Russian Prime Minister Gennady Onishchenko expressed concern that the game could seriously affect the psyche.

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