When performing a sizable heist, there are a lot of things you should probably keep in mind.
Like act silently, move fast and, perhaps most importantly, make sure that your loot isn't completely riddled with location tracking chips.
Poor New York native Reinaldo De Jesus Henao tripped up on the last part, after he was caught with over 100 stolen phones at Coachella music festival over the weekend.
When festival-goers clocked that their phones had been swiped, they activated the "Find My iPhone" feature, which tracks the GPS location of their phone.
Police then found Henao in the venue and detained him and, according to abc7 news, officers found a backpack with more than 100 phones
Who knows, maybe he was just trying to save us from the Instagram-crushing weight of flower-crowned Coachella photos?
But he made a drastic mistake in thinking that anybody at the festival wouldn't be searching for their phone every couple of seconds, or that they wouldn't engage in a Liam Neeson in Taken-esque rescue mission in order to get their precious selfies back in one piece.