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Thief Simulator 2: How to Steal the Warehouse Map from 107 House



Thief Simulator 2 - Warehouse Map

The story mode of Thief Simulator 2 lets you go through various quests alongside unlocking new skills and areas. One of the main quests that you will get to complete for the Private Number (guy) is stealing the Warehouse Map from 107 House. 107 House is one of the houses with advanced security systems and the Warehouse Map will help allow you to plan your next robbery at the Warehouse.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to steal the Warehouse Map from 107 in Thief Simulator 2.

How to Steal the Warehouse Map from 107 House

The Warehouse Map is locked inside a cabinet in House 107 and the key to the cabinet is held by the owner of the house. However, the tenant who made the key for the cabinet made a copy of the key for himself so, it is best to pickpocket the tenant. A person who has a copy of the key has pink hair and often walks on Madison St. Go to Madison St. and look for the person with pink hair. He can be easily identified with a Yellow ‘S’ symbol on the mini-map. Drive around the area to find the tenant.

Once you have found the tenant, go behind him and interact with him to pickpocket him. After getting the key, make your way to the nearest parking Spot near 107 House. Pass the time until 8:00 and then go to the front of the house. Disable the security camera using the drone and then unlock the main door of the house to get inside.

Go to the bedroom on the first floor but be extra quiet as the residents will be sleeping at this time. Open the door quietly and use the key to unlock the cabinet. Open the cabinet quietly and steal the warehouse map.

Now, you will be able to plan your next heist, Warehouse heist at your Hideout.

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