MADISON, Wis. - Madison police were able to track down a gaming system that was stolen Thursday thanks to an online database called Leads Online.
Police said a robber got into a home on Kanazawa Circle through an unlocked door and took an Xbox that had the game "Madden 25" in it.
MPD contacted the woman who sold the game and the Xbox to Pawn America on the day of the burglary, according to a release.
Tiffany N. Nourse, 19, of Madison, told police she purchased the system from a friend of a friend a couple of months ago, and she had the Madden game for two years.
According to the release, an officer pointed out the system had just been stolen and the Madden game had only been on the market for a couple of months.
Nourse changed her story and said she bought the stolen Xbox and game from a stranger at East Towne Mall, officials said. She told police she paid $35 for the items.
Nourse was arrested on charges of receiving stolen property.Madison crime map
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