Stolen iPhone Takes Photo Of Alleged Thief And Sends It To Owner

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Stealing an iPhone isn’t easy at all… this cool grand device comes with lots of awesome apps as well!

Stealing an iPhone isn’t easy at all… this cool grand device comes with lots of awesome apps as well!

Stolen iPhone

Image from: sussex.police.uk

Can you recognize this lady? Well, if you do then do contact sussex.police.uk.

Police in Sussex, England are searching for her, after she apparently stole an iPhone from the Coalition nightclub.

She might have been clever while stealing it, but while trying to un lock it she unfortunately took a photo of herself and then accidentally uploaded it to the Internet, sharing it with the original owner.

The owner then naturally handed it over to the cops who released the image looking for her!

Stolen iPhone

Image from: Reuters

So now you might be curious about how this actually happened? And why did the suspect snapped her picture and sent it to the original owner? Well, the answer to all these questions is an amazing app called iGotYa.

With this application installed, your iPhone automatically takes a photo with the phone's front-facing camera and then emails the photo to a pre-selected email address after one failed attempt to unlock the phone.

Isn’t it a cool app? Now people would actually think twice before stealing your iPhone…

PC Gavin Crute said on sussex.police.uk.:

"We know where and when the photo was taken and it appears to be in a vehicle with quite a large sunroof. We don't know that the woman is the person who stole the camera, but she obviously has had some connection with it in the meantime and I'd like to speak to her about it."

So, now if you see the suspect anywhere, you know where to contact!

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