Apparently, people are getting a lot bolder in the year 2015. In Denver, CO, not only did a woman steal an iPhone from Rawley Bingham last Friday, but the thief went on to post pictures of herself using Bingham’s Facebook application on the phone. The culprit’s pictures started popping up in her news feed, and Bingham had to alert her friends and followers that she had been hacked.
The bizarre fiasco began when the mysterious woman pretended to bump into Bingham at a bar in Denver on Friday and whisper something in her ear. Somehow, the girl elusively slipped the phone from Bingham without her noticing and vanished into thin air. This seemed to be the end of the awful incident until the girl took over her Facebook page.
After this, Bingham reported the perpetrator to the Denver Police Department. Officer called the phone and to their surprise, the culprit answered. The voice over the phone promised to return the phone. However, this statement never came to fruition. Officials are now offereing a reward to anyone with knowledge of the woman's whereabouts. You'd think that after viewing 13 selfies of a person on the Internet someone would be able to identify them.