I was in a foreign country and I found an iPhone 6 in an airport parking lot. There was no SIM card in the phone. I turned it in to the police and left my contact information. The laws in that country require the police department to list the lost property on a poster and on their website for a period of 180 days(starting from the day after the lost property was turned in). On the 181th day, if nobody has claimed the property, the ownership is transferred legally to the person who found it. (why couldn't I have found a briefcase with a million dollars inside?) That was actually 11 months ago, but I didn't have a chance to visit the country until last week. I stopped by the police station, signed a couple of documents and became the new owner of this iPhone 6. It's obviously locked and I have no idea what to do with it. It actually in perfect cosmetic condition, without any scratches, except for a tiny pin-size dent near the headphone jack. Is it possible to reset the phone and start using it? Or can I sell it as parts or something? Right now, it's just a fancy paperweight on my kitchen counter. I even stopped by the local Apple Store and told them the situation. Obviously I got a big "NO" from them.