Hi everyone, My Macbook pro was stolen and I have iCloud activated on the computer. Fortunately, I can see the approximate location of my macbook because it frequently connects to the internet, and it has been in the same place for the entire period that it has been missing. I've attach some pics of the location, as you can see it is in San Diego east of the 15 and It's been a couple months now so it doesn’t seem to be moving. It's only about 20 minutes away form where I live. I first went to the police in the hopes that they could figure something out, because the issue is that although we can see about where the Macbook is, the approximate area includes about 2-4 duplexes. An officer actually went to the location and knocked on doors of the residences there and asked if they had a computer, and of course found nothing. I was flabbergasted when he told me this, and I am even more suprised that the people who have my computer didn't catch on to the fact that they are being traced because the computer still frequently connects to the internet. I understand that iCloud does not use GPS to locate, but rather IP address information, is that correct? I am trying to figure out a way to pinpoint the residence where my Macbook is by identifying the Internet network it is on and then identifying which residence owns that network. Do you guys have any idea how I can do this? My thoughts are that I can go to this area, check out what wifi networks are available and pinpoint the possible ones that my Macbook is connecting to iCloud through. Is there some way to see how many computers are connected to a wifi network at any given time? I ask because for example, if my stolen Macbook goes online and I can somehow see that there is only 1 computer accessing an unencrypted wifi in that area then I will have pinpointed the network it is using, which could potentially lead to identifying which residence it’s in if I can somehow match a network with one of these duplex residences. What are your guys thoughts on this? Is there another method I should use? Thanks in advance, I just really want to nail this guy and get my Macbook back! **I have removed the pics for security reasons. **UPDATE** After doing a Kismac scan in the area I have narrowed it down to one unencrypted network that clearly shows my "Apple" macbook sending and receiving data on the network ID'd with my unique Airport MAC address and I.P. number. Detective is seeing what he can do with the I.P. now. I feel like we are very close to closing the case...yet so far away. We shall see what the future holds.