Ark. Man Says Woman Is Taking Pictures With Stolen iPad

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ipadtheftLITTLE Rock, Ark. —  A Little Rock, Arkansas man who says he lost his iPad on a flight from Phoenix to Denver now knows who has it.
Well, at least he has pictures of who has it.

Allen Engstrom says the culprit is taking strange self portraits with his device.

The photos are automatically being synced to Engstrom’s iPhone through his iCloud account.

“Every time I get a picture of her it’s like a continuing fountain of entertainment,” he told KLRT-TV.

Engstrom said he plans to take a photo of himself with a sign saying “I want my iPad back.” He said hopefully the woman gets the message.

Engstrom says he left the location services turned on in hopes it will help him find the device and he says his name and email address are etched on the back.

It’s not clear if the woman in the photos took the iPad from the plane, or if she legally purchased it from someone else — perhaps on Craig’s List.

Engstrom has posted photos of the lady on his Facebook page hoping someone will know who she is and help him get his iPad back.

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