But Horatio Toure is no criminal mastermind.
Toure became infamous recently just by stealing an iPhone in San Francisco - during a security test involving the GPS tracking device placed in the phone.
According to San Francisco police, the 31-year-old city resident rode a bicycle up to a woman in the South of Market neighborhood, snatched an iPhone out of her hands, and then pedaled away without a care. But the woman that was victimized was carrying the phone as part of a company's demonstration of a real-time GPS tracking program.
In fact, if the crook had bothered to look at the phone's screen while riding, he would have seen himself traveling across a map of San Francisco.
Toure was captured a half-mile away about 10 minutes later, according to Sgt. Troy Dangerfield. He was booked into jail on suspicion of grand theft and possession of stolen property.