Recently I was driving on the freeway from work to my house. I saw a lady having trouble with her flat tire, so I pulled over to help her fix it. When I pulled up I saw she did have tools so I went back to my car to grab some tools to help. When I was walking back I saw a phone on the ground, I asked the lady if it was hers. She responded with a no, so I put it in my pocket and proceed to help. When I got home I put the iPhone to charge to see if it was working since it looked like someone through it out the window by how damaged it was. I soon as I saw the apple logo turn on I put it in DFU mode and restored it. The phone restored perfectly fine, but now I have an iPhone 6 Plus that has an iCloud activation lock which means I'm not able to use it because the previous owner has their account set on it. I was wondering if there is some way to remove it other than using DNS server? Would Apple take care of it? Or will they think it's stolen?
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