Zynga’s San Francisco office has been getting more than its fair share of drama recently following the arrest of a temp worker on suspicion of stelaing over $100k worth of equipment.
    Keith Brown, 21, was arrested this past Tuesday according District Attorney’s office spokesman Omid Talai. The story is currently doing the rounds in the SF Examiner newspaper.
    Apparently, the thefts took place between 31 October and the day of the arrest. $100k in a coupleo of weeks? Not bad work. Laptops, desktops and software are thought to be been taken. Omid Talai claims that many of the incidents of theft have been caught on camera. 
    What a dumbass. If you’re going steal something go steal from a company worth stealing from. All games computers have laptops and desktops, not all have decent software.

    Paul Younger
    Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Founder of the world's first gaming cafe and Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

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