Stolen Tablet Returned After Selfie Evidence Surfaces

Jeremy Yeado turned to Facebook after apparent thieves took pictures of themselves using his stolen computer tablet.
1:01 | 07/02/14

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College -- -- incrimination. Season Spokane Washington thought they had successfully swiped tablet. And they probably could've gotten away with that until they started taking self -- with it. These are the photos that show the people who had Jeremy. But what they didn't know was that the -- -- they took were automatically uploaded to a de autos cloud account. So it was only a matter of time the Fauria auto discovered them and turn to FaceBook for help. I've heard and 500 plus shares of the photo. Multiple people contact me with names. Birthdays. The full name. Facebook addresses. Blake -- in this was all within a half hours. And as a story got more and more attention a caller tipped off police leading them to Donald mayberry and then the stolen tablet. Now back with its rightful owner as -- -- he was cited for possession of stolen property.

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