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My former roommate, who was left by his lonesome over the holidays in my apartment, stole a small amount of goods and promptly fled the scene of the crime.
His moving out was planned, so the moving out part was not surprising.
However, in an apartment full of thousands of dollars of electronic equipment, he decided to merely steal 1 Ps2+ accessories and about 20-25 games.
Funnily enough, I still have him as a friend on FaceBook.
Should I go to the trouble of Reporting this to the police? I do not have the serial number for the PS2, and I don't remember the games specifically. I'm thinking the police wouldn't really do anything considering it was such a small thing.
Can the police do anything with a moderately active facebook account (I havent unfriended him or messaged him, in case I spook him into remembering that I still have him on.... he's not the sharpest tool in the shed to begin with).
I have some idea of where he might be, but not all that solid information. I know it was him because of a number of factors, though there is a slight chance it could be one of his friend's instead (if he left them unattended).