A man from Terre Haute, Indiana has been caught selling a stolen supply of Call of Duty: WWII. He could face felony charges after it was discovered that these stolen copies of the PlayStation 4 version of the game were being sold for $45 (USD) through ebay.

Dshaye Towles faces a felony theft charge and a felony charge of "offense against intellectual property," according to reports from the Vigo County prosecutor. Towles was reportedly caught during a traffic stop in Terre Haute. Terre Haute is the location of one of Sony's DADC locations, where the company mass produces their various Blu-ray discs, including PlayStation 4 titles.
Sony DADC told police they have no record of Towles working for them.

Court documents don't say how Towles received copies of the unreleased game.

DADC officials believe Call of Duty World War II and Madden 18 were both stolen on the same day in early October.

Towles also has "pending drug-related charges" against him. He is expected to appear in court next week.

(via WTHITV)