Victim: Thief stole iPhone on L train, accidentally uploaded photos to cloud

A woman whose phone was stolen by a man riding the L train says the thief started taking pictures, and now she can see them

A woman whose phone was stolen by a man riding the L train says the thief started taking pictures and now she can see them on her cloud.

A woman whose phone was stolen by a man riding the L train says the thief started taking pictures and now she can see them on her cloud. (6/10/16)

BROOKLYN - A woman whose phone was stolen by a man riding the L train says the thief started taking pictures, and now she can see them on her cloud.

Police say the woman was riding the L train at the Morgan Street station last week when the man snatched her iPhone from her hand and ran away. 

She says the pictures started showing up on her cloud shortly after.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS. 

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