Posted this in the regular misc but I know theres some computer guys that lurk around here.
My phone was stolen from a locked locker while I was lifting yesterday and I saw a posting for the same model phone on craigslist. I went to request a picture of the back (to compare serial numbers) to see if it was mine and the post had been removed already. 32gb iPhone 4s are not commonly posted in this town and the price was low (like they wanted to get rid of it ASAP). I figured it wouldn't hurt to at least compare the serial numbers.
Anyone know how to pull up a craigslist ad that's been removed?
phone stolen yesterday from locked locker while lifting
see post on craigslist this morning for same phone
post removed within 2 hours of me seeing it
how can I pull up an archived version?
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No idea, not sure if google caches it or not or how to go about it.
Have you thought of putting up your own CL ad in the for sale section going in detail that phone was stolen and your working with apple to have it found, and would like to speed up the process with a reward for the return of phone along with email address etc of the seller, just a thought.
Having the serial number def. helps you, but need to have someone come forward and make it worth their while, although you could lessen the reward amount after having all the info you need. Gluck man***Knee Draggers Unite***
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