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An 18-year-old man and a 34-year-old woman who allegedly abetted a stickup at a Brooklyn cellphone store were under arrest last night —after cops tracked them down with a GPS feature on one of the stolen phones.

Two men,one flashing a silver revolver,burst into Ocean Wireless,in Brighton Beach,at about 5 p.m. Friday and took the owner’s wallet and 15 phones,cops said.

But store employee Sofiya Arutunian,25,immediately began tracking them using the GPS function.

“I feel a little like Spider-Man,”said Arutunian after store owner Stan Michaels accompanied cops to the Kings Plaza Mall —where the signal stopped.

In a car they found the gun,phones —and Kwesi Vadale and Iesha Wilson.

“The look on her face was priceless,”Michaels said of Wilson,who allegedly acted as a scout for the robbers by claiming to be looking for a phone for her boyfriend.

Vadale’s alleged role wasn’t immediately clear.

The actual stickup men were still at large last night.


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