Teenager Shot to Death After Using App to Track Lost Phone

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Talk about truly tragic...Jeremy Cook, an 18-year-old Canadian teen, was killed after he used an app to track down his lost smartphone. After leaving his phone in a cab, he used a tracking app to find out where his missing device was.

When he arrived at the address on Highbury Avenue in Ontario with a relative, three men were waiting outside in a car. According to police, Jeremy approached the car and they began to drive away, prompting him to grab the driver's side door. Gunshots were fired and the teen died from multiple wounds.

The car was found abandoned and Jeremy's phone was also recovered, police say, but the three suspects are still at large. Some people would cell phone tracking apps a lifesaver, but in Jeremy's case, his life has now been senselessly lost. Our thoughts and condolences go out to his family and friends.

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