The story starts where a couple watches, money and my iPad disappeared from my apartment. There was no sign of a break in and larger things worth more weren't even touched. My gut tells me one of the maintenance men is a shady jerk but that's a whole other story. Back to the iPad...as soon as I realized it was gone I signed onto icloud to track it, of course it was offline. It is a first generation iPad so as you know it can only access the internet through wifi. I locked it and sent a message and waited and hoped. Here we are two day's later and at 11:30 this morning I get the alert on my phone. My iPad had been found. I jumped on icloud to check the map and it was being traced to a parking lot of a plaza about a mile from my house. The battery was at 1% and I quickly sent another message and called the police. They knew of the situation prior and said to call if this happened. I of course was at work 30 minutes away so I couldn't speed down there to lay the smack down myself. The cops drove around the lot but of course didn't see anything. A minute later my iPad was offline again. I am hoping that it just died and that they didn't think to wipe it. After some investigation I checked the access details in my gmail account and it showed my iPad had accessed it that morning and showed the ip address used. I tracked the ip address and the geo tag was in a neighborhood near me but in the opposite direction of the plaza it showed up online. This is where I am confused. I received an alert that my first message was read at 8:30 am this morning then wifi was accessed at 11:30 am. How could they have accessed wifi from a parking lot that has no wifi networks, I drove down after work and checked, and why did the ip address on my gmail trace back to a residential neighborhood? I am currently obsessed with finding this dirt bag. I can always get another iPad but the fact that someone was in my room is what creeps me out the most.