Man allegedly steals more than 100 cellphones at Coachella festival

Reinaldo De Jesus Henao was arrested after police found a backpack that contained more than 100 cellphones.

Indio Police Dept.

INDIO, Calif. -- A suspected pickpocket faced charges Monday for allegedly stealing more than 100 cell phones at this weekend’s Coachella music festival.

Police say Reinaldo De Jesus Henao was arrested Friday at the Empire Polo Club on suspicion of grand theft and possession of stolen property, CBS Los Angeles reports.

Several people noticed their phones were missing during the festivities and activated the Find My Phone app, which led the victims to Henao, according to Indio police.

He was detained by event security until police arrived and found Henao with a backpack contained over 100 phones, police said.

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A look at phones stolen during the Coachella music festival.

Indio Police Dept.

All the phones were either returned to their rightful owners or turned over to the lost and found area at the concert site, police said.

Henao was released Saturday from the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility in Banning after posting $10,000 bail, according to jail records.

He is scheduled to appear in court May 26.

Authorities are warning all festival-goers who plan on attending Weekend 2 at Coachella to carry their phones in their front pockets and use an elastic band to secure their phone.