A couple of teenage thieves in Georgia made their crime easy to solve after taking selfies using the victim's stolen phone.
According to police, the teenagers stole a pickup truck and all the contents left inside, including the owner's cellphone.
While driving around in the stolen vehicle, they decided to use the phone to take selfies. However, they didn't realize the phone was set up to automatically upload the photos to the owner's Google account.
The pickup truck owner saw the photos and contacted the police, who quickly identified the thieves. They were all arrested the following day while in a different stolen truck.
"Due to the subjects being juveniles under the age of 17 their faces have been blurred," captioned the Facebook post.
According to reports, the original stolen truck still hasn't been found.