Owner of stolen phone finds selfies of woman on her iCloud

A LONDON woman whose phone was stolen has discovered selfies of another woman - who she presumes is using the stolen phone - on her iCloud. 

The Mirror reports Nikki Sweetman's handbag was stolen after she caught a taxi home from her work Christmas party.

Apparently she fell asleep in the back of the car and woke up to find her bag gone.

A week later she discovered new photos on her iCloud of another woman.

Ms Sweetman took to Facebook, posting the photos and writing: "Does anyone know who this girl is? Her selfies are being uploaded to my iCloud which means she is using the phone that was stolen from me last week!"

The post has been shared more than 35,000 times.  

However, Ms Sweetman is still no closer to finding out who the mysterious selfie-poster is and getting her phone back.  

Just a few days ago she posted another Facebook status update saying: "I still have no name for that creep taking selfies on my phone! Can everyone share my last post please I'm not stopping until I get a name." 



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