iPad stolen from city home

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AN iPad was stolen from a home in Bridge Road, Southampton.

A man wearing a red hooded top, blue tracksuit bottoms was seen running away from the property and towards Kingsway at 4.15pm on April 24.

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9:29am Thu 3 May 12

bazzeroz says...

Bit weird, Bridge Road is in Woolston and Kingsway is in the city isn't it? Long run from there.
Bit weird, Bridge Road is in Woolston and Kingsway is in the city isn't it? Long run from there. bazzeroz
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9:37am Thu 3 May 12

Brusher Mills says...

Whatever next, murders, rapes and now iPads being stolen. What is this city becoming. It will be candy from a baby next.
Whatever next, murders, rapes and now iPads being stolen. What is this city becoming. It will be candy from a baby next. Brusher Mills
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9:55am Thu 3 May 12

Georgem says...

bazzeroz wrote:
Bit weird, Bridge Road is in Woolston and Kingsway is in the city isn't it? Long run from there.
Unless he ran directly across the water. Only a couple of streets between Bridge Road and Kingsway if you take the "Jesus" approach.
[quote][p][bold]bazzeroz[/bold] wrote: Bit weird, Bridge Road is in Woolston and Kingsway is in the city isn't it? Long run from there.[/p][/quote]Unless he ran directly across the water. Only a couple of streets between Bridge Road and Kingsway if you take the "Jesus" approach. Georgem
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9:58am Thu 3 May 12

Brusher Mills says...

I wonder if the thief will sign off emails with, 'sent from your iPad'.

Why doesnt the owner sign into their iCloud account and use the find my iphone/ipad function. They can then track the ipad down and see its location on a map. They then have the option of setting an alarm off which can lock the iPad. Give the thief a jump.
I wonder if the thief will sign off emails with, 'sent from your iPad'. Why doesnt the owner sign into their iCloud account and use the find my iphone/ipad function. They can then track the ipad down and see its location on a map. They then have the option of setting an alarm off which can lock the iPad. Give the thief a jump. Brusher Mills
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1:33pm Thu 3 May 12

pesuor says...

In other news, I dropped my iPhone and it cracked.

Do I get a feature on www.dailyecho.co.uk?
?

I kinda expected more from this but no it was more like an FYI email... Pointless
In other news, I dropped my iPhone and it cracked. Do I get a feature on www.dailyecho.co.uk? ? I kinda expected more from this but no it was more like an FYI email... Pointless pesuor
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4:23pm Thu 3 May 12

pod says...

Brusher Mills wrote:
I wonder if the thief will sign off emails with, 'sent from your iPad'.

Why doesnt the owner sign into their iCloud account and use the find my iphone/ipad function. They can then track the ipad down and see its location on a map. They then have the option of setting an alarm off which can lock the iPad. Give the thief a jump.
gosh Brusher, you have really got the hang of this modern tech. stuff, I suppose it is a natural progression from snakecatching
[quote][p][bold]Brusher Mills[/bold] wrote: I wonder if the thief will sign off emails with, 'sent from your iPad'. Why doesnt the owner sign into their iCloud account and use the find my iphone/ipad function. They can then track the ipad down and see its location on a map. They then have the option of setting an alarm off which can lock the iPad. Give the thief a jump.[/p][/quote]gosh Brusher, you have really got the hang of this modern tech. stuff, I suppose it is a natural progression from snakecatching pod
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7:54pm Thu 3 May 12

Brusher Mills says...

pod wrote:
Brusher Mills wrote:
I wonder if the thief will sign off emails with, 'sent from your iPad'.

Why doesnt the owner sign into their iCloud account and use the find my iphone/ipad function. They can then track the ipad down and see its location on a map. They then have the option of setting an alarm off which can lock the iPad. Give the thief a jump.
gosh Brusher, you have really got the hang of this modern tech. stuff, I suppose it is a natural progression from snakecatching
It's good, I can now take apicture of my catch on my phone and its back home in me hut waiting for me on my imac.

I'm thinking of playing with the googling maps and adding my catches to it.
[quote][p][bold]pod[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brusher Mills[/bold] wrote: I wonder if the thief will sign off emails with, 'sent from your iPad'. Why doesnt the owner sign into their iCloud account and use the find my iphone/ipad function. They can then track the ipad down and see its location on a map. They then have the option of setting an alarm off which can lock the iPad. Give the thief a jump.[/p][/quote]gosh Brusher, you have really got the hang of this modern tech. stuff, I suppose it is a natural progression from snakecatching[/p][/quote]It's good, I can now take apicture of my catch on my phone and its back home in me hut waiting for me on my imac. I'm thinking of playing with the googling maps and adding my catches to it. Brusher Mills
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