Posted Tuesday, October 29, 2013 --- 5:59 p.m.
According to a release, Madison police were able to track down a stolen gaming system, and arrest the suspect who pawned it with the help of an online database called Leads Online.
Tiffany N. Nourse, age 19, Madison, was arrested for receive stolen property.
Police say the Xbox was taken during a burglary to a home on Kanazawa Circle last Thursday. Nourse was allegedly able to get in through an unlocked door. According to a release, the Xbox, when stolen, contained the game "Madden 25."
Monday,October 28, the Madison Police Department contacted Nourse, who sold the game and the system for $50 to Pawn America, 2301 East Springs Dr.The transaction took place on the day of the burglary.
The suspect, Tiffany Nourse, initially claimed she had purchased the system from "a friend of a friend" a couple of months ago, and she said she had the "Madden 25" game for "two years."
According to a release, Nourse later changed her story and said she had actually bought the stolen goods from a stranger while she was at East Towne Mall. She says she paid $35 for the merchandise.
The victim placed the value of the burglarized items at $435.
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