Crime Tip Tuesday: Apple’s new product “AirTag” has some concerned

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HOUSTON – Apple’s new AirTag product is an easy way to keep track of your stuff.

The problem is people who use the AirTag’s to slip into a woman’s purse at a bar or a child’s belongings.  

CW39 Houston Happens host Maggie Flecknoe spoke with Rania Mankarious, CEO of Crime Stoppers Houston, in today’s Crime Tip Tuesday.

For more on Crime Stoppers Houston, please visit: https://crime-stoppers.org/

And for more on Rania Mankarious including her podcast, please visit: www.raniamankarious.com

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