My ipad (first version with retina display with 4G, most recent iOS) was somehow misplaced. The last place I remember it was lying next to my sofa. When I came back from work, I couldn't find it. I don't remember bringing it to work, although I sometimes have in the past. It's possible I did. There are no signs of breaking and entering at home, the dog seemed normal when I got home. I thought I had left it somewhere at home and started looking around. I opened find my iphone, and the ipad was offline. I put it on "Lost mode" with my number to call if found. About 4 days later, my phone notified me that my ipad had appeared online. It was a few miles away from me, and stayed online for a few minutes. I drove by the area and house, pretty sketchy. Obviously didn't stop. I filed a police report, and decided to set the ipad to be remotely erased. The data is more important than the ipad, plus I think criminals are smart enough now not to leave an ipad on, knowing it'll likely be tracked. The cops said if it's trackable, they'll send somebody to the address. Unfortunately, they haven't turned it on since. I think it's probably been thrown away. How difficult is it to crack the 4 digit password? I do have my ipad set to automatically erase if an incorrect pw is tried 10 times. I've also changed my passwords for any other related accounts that could have been accessed with my ipad (apple id, email, social media, etc). Anything else I should do? I wish that starting "Lost mode" would force the ipad to stay on, or take a picture of the user to send to your other device.