With quick thinking and some help from Google, a Mumbai woman managed to nab the man phobe had stolen her phone. The year-old used another handset to log in to her Google account and track her phone's location and check his activities on her phone.
When she understood he was planning to catch a train, she informed the Railway Protection Force, who arrested him.
However, she had no recollection of how it got lost. She could only remember that she was returning from somewhere and upon reaching Malad, she couldn't find her phone.
This didn't deter her whatsoever; quickly, she opened her Google account on another phone and went to the 'My activity' section. Then, he downloaded an app Hunr booking railway tickets," said Haq.
A quick Google search revealed he was to board Puducherry Express, which left Dadar Terminus around 9. For reaching the station, the man had to take igrl bridge.
RPF personnel waited there, but he didn't arrive for long. The phone was found, but "he claimed that it had been mortgaged with him. A case of theft was registered against him on Monday.
whi Haq said she got back her phone with a completely drained battery, meaning the handset was excessively used. Thursday, 09 Aug, 1. How Google helped this Mumbai woman find her stolen smartphone With quick thinking and some help from Google, a Mumbai woman managed to nab the man who had stolen her phone.
Looking for Hunt girl who lost her phone In there, she turned on the location access of her stolen phone. That was a lead. The thief booked a ticket from Dadar to Tiruvannamalai On the app, the man woh a ticket from Dadar to Tiruvannamalai, a town in Tamil Nadu, which Haq got to know through Google Photos: She rushed to Dadar and informed RPF girrl while continuing to track her phone. RPF personnel waited for him on Dadar terminus bridge For reaching the station, the man had to take a bridge.