Razer‘s CEO Min-Liang Tan has went on Facebook to let everybody know that the company’s two ‘stars’ from CES 2017, the triple-screened laptop equivalent to Cerberus Project Valerie and Chroma lighting smart projector Project Ariana have been stolen from the Razer CES booth.

Here’s the actual post from CEO Tan:

Tan didn’t bother to actually breakdown what other items were stolen from the Razer booth at CES 2017 but confirms that the company is definitely looking at this situation as a serious case of industrial espionage. To that extent, a spokesperson from Razer has let everybody know that the company is willing to offer $25,000 for any information that can help identify, arrest and convict the individuals involved in the theft.

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Although Tan didn’t reveal exactly what combinations of devices were stolen, he claimed that his company was treating the case as industrial espionage.

A spokesperson said that Razer is offering US $25,000 for any original information leading to the identification, arrest, and conviction of those allegedly involve in the crime.

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