Originally Posted by WilliamInnerCircle
By way of bad luck and bad human intervention I had my 7 week old Note2 stolen from my office.
I had it password protected, but it was a simple code and the thief/thieves got it. The phone has been deactivated. However, it still makes emergency calls and the little ne'er do wells made a 911 call stating that an injured person was at that specific residence and that resulted in a gentleman getting his two front doors kicked in by police as he was coming home from work.
The call was fake but the damage doen was real and I had to talk to the KCK PD for a good while until it was straightened out. The worst part is they got my SD card full of thousands of photos and .gifs and 24 hours of music.
The interesting part of the story is this: On Saturday, I got an email notification that images had been uploaded to my dropbox account. Nothing that could be made out easily. But I remembered that they had to uploaded using wifi from somewhere. Hopefully a house.
Question 1: How do I get my carrier to dig into this and give me or the cops the IP address? Is that even possible?
On Sunday I received another notification that images had been uploaded. This time of a kid about 6 or 7 months old.
Question 2: If this kid has pictures on facebook or the web, can I use google reverse image search to find other images and possibly an identity?
How does it work? Just C&P the image into google?
Anything you can give me would be helpful.
Go here, drag and drop the image (from the web) into the search bar on this page, and if there is the same picture anywhere online that google can access, it will bring it up.