Reddit user CalciteQ said an unidentified woman knocked on his door two days in a row, claiming his Apple Watch was at his home.

As proof, he showed an image from the Find My iPhone app showing the location of the clock in the house through the camera’s peephole.

A search for the clock inside the house was unsuccessful, but a similar story in Texas in 2017 is raising concerns.

In this case, the scammer also rang the doorbell and allegedly pointed to a smartphone lost inside and showed the Find My iPhone app.

The purpose of this type of deception may vary. The attacker was probably trying to understand the layout of the apartment and the location of valuables, or was testing the waters to find out the owners were away. A more dangerous scenario is an attempt to infiltrate accomplices.

Source: Ferra

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