New crimefighting tool Combine a quick-thinking robbery victim with a camera phone, and you get a suspect caught in 10 minutes. Ismael Miranda, a Nashville, Tenn., limosine driver, was robbed while he was cleaning his car but was able to grab a snapshot of James Robert Barker and the getaway vehicle with his cell phone camera, the Associated Press reported. "I don't think camera phones were made with the intent of being crimefighting tools, but they can certainly be just that," police spokesman Don Aaron said.

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