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Submitted by Stomper Wayne
Stomper Wayne left his Samsung Galaxy S8+ phone on a taxi last Saturday (Jul 1).
After reaching home at around 5am, he realised that his phone was missing and decided to give it a call, in the event that someone might have gotten hold of it.
According to Wayne, he made the call with another spare phone, and it rang two times, before going dead.
As the phone was tagged to his Google account, Wayne was able to track it, and found that the cab along with his S8, had traveled from Hougang where Wayne alighted, to a petrol kiosk at Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3, and finally to Block 168, Bishan Street 11.
It was at Bishan Street 11 where Wayne lost track of the phone, which Wayne suggested could be due to his phone getting switched off.
When asked if it could have been his phone running out battery, Wayne said:
“That’s quite impossible since the battery was at more than 60 percent before I misplaced it.
“Someone must have turned it off.
“I’ve been trying to track it ever since, but since Google will only be able to track the phone if it’s on, I haven't been able to."
Wayne has since lodged a police report, adding:
“To the person who has my phone now, please kindly return it to me.
"It's a black Samsung Galaxy S8+ in a black UAG cover.
“I’ll even pay you for it.
“As long as the phone comes back to me, everything is fine.”
If you came across the phone, please email Stomp at firstname.lastname@example.org or WhatsApp 9384 3761.