“Citizens are encouraged to be diligent and safe when using any type of social media dating applications,” the release stated.
Two carjacking suspects in the High Desert found their victims using the gay dating app Grindr, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department said Tuesday.
The first incident occurred Saturday, May 15, in Adelanto.
The second carjacking took place Monday in Victorville, according to a sheriff’s news release. The victims had “blindly met” the suspects using Grindr, the news release stated.
The app bills itself as the “world’s largest gay social network app.” The victim’s vehicles were recovered and returned to them.
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If the relationship works in the end, it's become Nobody Thinks It Will Work.
In the Adelanto case, 24-year-old Victorville resident Steven Thomas allegedly used a firearm to steal the victim’s vehicle and wallet near Muskrat Avenue and Air Expressway.
Thomas, who had recently been released on parole for possession of stolen property, was arrested a few days later in Desert Hot Springs, the Sheriff’s Department said.