Twitter users (FBI) helps lady gets back her MacBook stolen by Bolt Driver

The streets of twitter has roused with joy after a lady, with the help of Twitter users, regains her stolen MacBook which was done by a bolt driver.

She took to her social media platform, @remioluwole, on X, to call out the BoltApp after the driver became unreachable and blocked her.

According to her narration, the delivery man was at her house early that morning to collect the MacBook and she had expressed her wish to have it delivered early.

She offered to increase money to make sure it was delivered on time but the driver didn’t start the ride until over 30 minutes after.

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With the time delay, the lady tried to call him so he could bring back the laptop but he refused to pick her calls and then blocked her after.

She then took to Twitter, sharing his name, phone number and Bolt profile while begging Twitter users to call the man and ask why he refused to deliver her item.

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Shortly after, some investigators on the app came up with his full name and address and soon the laptop was collected from the man.

She added that the bolt driver also sent his account number to her, for reasons still unknown.

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