According to some national statistics, one in 4 thefts is a cell phone. In fact due to all the cell phone thefts, the Federal Communications Commission have agreed to set up a national database to track reported stolen phones and the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA), a Washington, D.C. advocacy group, says cell carriers are expected to launch individual databases later this month to permanently disable a cell phone reported stolen. To add to the list of stolen phones, a North Wilkesboro woman reported that someone forced open the rear door of her home. The only things reported stolen were her cell phone and some medical supplies. Then in a report filed with Wilkesboro Police, a woman from Wilkesboro said that she had left her cell phone at a local restaurant. She remembered putting the phone down to pay. Later she discovered the phone was missing and returned to the eating establishment. The phone was not there. The victim cancelled her phone service. Police obtained phone records that showed 3 numbers dialed on the phone after it was stolen. Police are also following up with restaurant employees and possible video surveillance. There are no suspects currently in either cell phone theft, but the investigations are still ongoing.