If you live in the Philadelphia and have had GameFly games go missing on you, Reginald Johnson might be to blame. The former Philadelphia postal worker admitted in court on Thursday that he stole 2,200 GameFly envelopes.

According to Philly.com, Johnson served as a mail-processing clerk and was responsible for unloading mail at a distribution center near Philadelphia. The thefts took place between April 2008 and September 2008 and have a total value of about $86,000. Johnson will be sentenced at the beginning of next year and could face 12-18 months of jail time.

In case you're wondering: no, he didn't play the games. Several GameStop receipts, consoles, and controllers were found in Johnson's car, suggesting that he was trading in the stolen games and then using the store credit to make other purchases. Presumably, he then sold that hardware on eBay. Seems like a clever enough plan but dude, they're going to notice 2,000 missing games.
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