Apple AirTag’s Utrech is all set to assist for bike theft retrieval
The gym visit was followed by Beatriz Spaltemberg carelessly leaving her bicycle outside, as observed by 9To5Mac.
Leaving the key in place, she inadvertently made the bike vulnerable to theft, even after locking it.
According to William Lacerda, the bike was gone when Spaltemberg left the gym a short time later.
The app’s proximity features allowed Spaltemberg to locate the bike almost immediately.
Afterward, they contacted the authorities to detail the situation.
According to Lacerda, he located the bike, and two officers accompanied him to that spot.
The Find My app proved its reliability as the bike was found in the exact location it had been indicated.
By employing the Precision Finding functionality, the couple demonstrated to the police that the stolen bike was Spaltemberg’s.
According to Lacerda, the officer informed us that we were lucky to have the AirTag on the bike, as bike thefts are common and police reports are usually filed only in such cases.
He observed that the AirTag was “cleverly concealed,” thereby thwarting the thief’s suspicions.
AirTag’s efficiency in reuniting users with their lost or stolen possessions was evident in numerous instances.
In the past month, a helpful AirTag allowed a cyclist to trace their lost bicycle after an airline misplaced it.
The AirTag‘s assistance in locating stolen property was crucial in leading to the burglar’s arrest and lengthy prison term.
The tracker proved invaluable in identifying and bringing to justice those responsible for the thefts totaling over $62,000 in June.
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