After such hard work, not to mention the investigation after investigation they've done, police and the FBI finally found the stolen photos of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.
Police in California has on Tuesday night June 27th, 2006 raided a home in Westfield, Massachusetts, belongs to camera shop employee Bill Keyes and seized photos of the couple's Namibian baby shower that had been stolen from a digital memory card.
The baby shower photos incident happened when Jolie's brother, James Haven visited his sister and her family in Namibia, where he apparently took hundreds of pictures, but upon his return, discovered that his camera was broken. He returned it to Best Buy, where it was under warranty, and the chain store outsourced it to Precision Camera and Video Repair in Enfield, Connecticut, to be fixed.
Unfortunately, Bill who along with his coworker, Adam Beckwith, discovered the images on a camera belonging to Jolie's brother, allegedly downloaded them for their own purposes.
A sergeant from the Westfield Police Department confirmed that authorities searched Keyes' home and seized his computer. The sergeant also said a search warrant was executed at Precision Camera and Video Repair and the actual camera that took the pictures was also seized. Neither Keyes nor Beckwith were arrested and that the case is in the hands of the LA County District Attorney. The sergeant added neither man violated Massachusetts law, but California laws are different.