$1M Worth of New ‘Call of Duty’ Video Game Hijacked
Two truck loads containing thousands of copies of the new game Call of Duty were heisted Saturday morning in the lovely suburbs of the French capital. The Call of Duty heisters, still at large, escaped with $1 million worth of copies.
In the first incident, the attackers hit a truck carrying the games with a vehicle, forcing the delivery drivers to stop and inspect the damage. They were confronted with two men wearing ski masks and armed with knives, who threw tear gas and made off with the truck.
An hour later, a truck carrying another consignment came across a vehicle blocking the road. When it stopped, three armed men jumped out, and one of them pointed a handgun at the driver, forcing him to abandon the truck.