Ever wonder who's ordering all those pay-per-view movies charged to your cable bill?
A woman in Opelika, Ala., does.
Opelika police say a woman living in the 1100 block of Watwood Avenue reported that between noon May 29 and 4 p.m. Wednesday, someone got into her home and ordered more than $135 worth of pay-per-view movies, the charges she never authorized later showing up on her Charter cable bill.
Perhaps the perpetrator found a window of opportunity to pilfer such screenings while in another's home.
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"The victim also reported she has been noticing one of the windows being slightly open whenever she returns home," Opelika police said in a news release.
So far the case of the movie pirate and the purloined picture shows remains a mystery: "There are no suspects and the case is under investigation," police said.