Updated: 22nd August 2017

Alleged iPhone thieves take selfies posted onto owner’s iCloud

A Dallas woman has a pretty good idea who may have stolen her phone in Uptown a few days ago.

Its because whoever has the womans phone now didn’t realize any pictures or video they’d take would end up coming right back to her.

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Bianca Dabi says she was making a quick stop at the Chase Bank ATM on Lemmon and McKinney last Saturday when she was approached by a group of teens asking for donations.

As I got out of the car, some kids were asking for some donations. I brushed them off, was in a hurry, she recalled. ATM then back to my car. Phone’s gone. Took about 60 or 90 seconds.

Dabi says she cut the phone as a loss. But days later, she was at the store getting a new one when new pictures and a video showed up that were automatically uploaded to her iCloud.

When I saw those pictures, I was just shocked. And, actually, I thought it was kind of funny, she said. I was like no, they really didn’t take a video and a picture on a stolen phone.

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So Dabi decided to post the pictures and video on Facebook, where it just blew up from there.

I decided to post it and had no idea. The next several days the posts kept coming in, she said. People were recognizing them and people posting similar experiences.

FOX 4 is blurring their faces because they could be minors. But Dabi says many have already recognized the faces seen on her Facebook post.

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