In the US, cellphone finders have become so popular that the government is spending millions of dollars on them to help locate missing people.
The devices, which resemble a phone receiver and look like cell phones, allow investigators to locate a person who has been missing for days or even weeks.
But there’s a problem.
They’re also prone to theft, as thieves break into the devices and take them with them.
The FBI says that a small percentage of the devices are stolen from crime scenes, and it is working to reduce the number of devices in its custody.
Cellphone finders and cell phone receivers are considered critical equipment in the investigation of missing persons cases.
“Cellphone Finders are critical to our efforts to locate missing persons, and are the only devices we have at our disposal that are authorized to be used to locate those persons,” said U.S. Attorney Joon H. Kim.
Korea has more than 60 million cell phone owners.
It’s one of the world’s most advanced cell phone tracking systems, according to the International Mobile Telecommunications Union.
The U.N. has estimated that the number and sophistication of cellphone devices is estimated at about 80 million.
In 2014, the International Telecommunication Union released a report on how cell phone and other electronic devices are being used in crime.
The report said that there are between 4,000 and 6,000 stolen cell phone models each year in South Korea.
There are more than 30,000 cell phone theft cases each year.
And in a recent case, a South Korean woman was sentenced to prison for using her cellphone to lure her estranged husband into stealing his mobile phone, the Yonhap News Agency reported.
Another South Korean court in July found that a cellphone thief who had been arrested for the theft of a Samsung smartphone from a shopping mall in the city of Jeju was released after the suspect confessed to police.
According to a recent report from the Pew Research Center, the percentage of cell phone users in South Korean households has increased from 7.7% in 2005 to 20.2% in 2014.
South Korea is home to more than half the world population and is considered a hub of technology in the region.