Today I went out around noon with a friend in Manhattan, and the last place I remember having my iPhone 4S was in an H&M store on 125th. All I did was check a text and that's it. We went to have a bite at a cafe next door, and then we went to go apartment hunting. Right when we got into the agency, I did the pat-down and freaked out because my phone was totally missing. I ran to the apple store and tried to use find my iPhone, but the phone was offline. I remotely locked and left a message to please call my friend's phone number to return the phone. Tried calling. At first it would ring twice, then go to voicemail. Then only voicemail. An hour or so later, my friend tries calling it again, and it starts ringing for real. No one picks up. We run home and I do the Find My iPhone again. This time the phone registers, all the way in Brooklyn on Freeman St and Manhattan Ave. I went to my local precinct in Harlem and filled out a report, but they said they couldn't do much because it was considered Lost, and not a crime, because I didn't see who actually took the phone. At this point I consider it a theft though because they are ignoring my pleas to return the phone to me, the rightful owner. I called the precinct local to the area pinpointed on FMI, and they said I could come down there and some officers would escort me to the area. I just don't know what can really be done at this point though. Anyone could just lie and say they don't have it. I'm gonna go down there soon anyway, but this really freaking sucks. The phone is offline again at this point, btw. I had the unlocked 64 gig 4S btw, so basically the most expensive version you could buy. :'( First time I've ever had this happen. So bummed. Edit: The phone is now found again on FMI at the same location. Assuming it's their home.