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Aunty who refuses to return misplaced phone caught on camera

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Facebook user Sharmaine Yeo has appealed for information on a woman who has been captured through a mobile security app trying to unlock her misplaced phone.

Sharmaine lost her Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge at the fourth level of Tampines One Mall on Wednesday afternoon. She apparently looked for and then called her number for about 8 times but no one picked up. When she called twice again, she found that her phone had been switched off.

She then received an email from McAfee Mobile Security that someone unsuccessfully tried to unlock her phone. The email included a photo of the woman who had possession of the phone.

“I hope people can help me to share around so this aunty shown in the picture can return the phone back to me soonest possible. Will make police report in a week time if there’s still no news yet.”

https://www.facebook.com/sharmaineyxm/posts/10154945436898867

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