An “Inside Edition” crew who were filming a documentary on crime in California’s San Francisco Bay Area became the victims of a true robbery — resulting in the loss of thousands of dollars worth of equipment.
The media crew who are employees of “Inside Edition”, in an attempt to report on rampant robberies in the area, filmed themselves planting GPS trackers inside items that were placed in a car parked in an area well-known for theft.
The trackers were placed inside of a $250 speaker and a purse just before reporter Lisa Guerrero explains “for [their] last trick,” they also placed video cameras throughout the car in the event the products get stolen.
Sure enough, two people were soon spotted robbing the vehicle; a man was seen in the segment smashing open the car’s back window, pulling out the handbag and throwing it to a woman sitting nearby before removing the speaker.
According to a man whose surveillance footage caught t…