Weirdos swipe woman’s cell near ATM, strangers leave selfie-string

A Dallas woman who had her iPhone stolen from her car last week said photos of the supposed thieves popped up in her iCloud account days after the incident.

Bianca Dabi told KTBC that the phone was taken while she went to the ATM. While en route to Chase Bank, Dabi claimed she was approached by a group of teens asking for donations for their basketball team. Though the bank trip lasted a mere “60 or 90 seconds,” she described returning to her car and discovering that her cell was gone.

Dabi claimed photos and videos of the culprits made their way to her new phone days later—courtesy of Apple’s cloud storage service.

“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.”

With all the evidence she needed, Dabi decided to take action. The Dallas woman posted the plethora of images to Facebook, where, she said she received “hundreds” of comments and shares. She claimed friends and random users said they have seen the suspects selling sweets and asking for money around town.

This just keeps getting better. The culprits actually took video and pics on the stolen phone, which went to iCloud. I…

Posted by Bianca Dabi on Monday, April 3, 2017

“Hopefully, this maybe will get us a step closer to putting a stop to this,” she told the station.

Though she reported the incident to Dallas police and had the stolen phone wiped clean and shut down, the personal trainer made one last attempt to reach out to the wrongdoers.

She told KTVT: “We sent a message that [said]: ‘We have your pictures and the police are looking for you.’”

[Featured Image: Facebook]