My cell phone, and possibly a 3rd party gps was added to my car by a neighbor. I am not certain of their motive other than to be certain of my location and distance as well as to gain information exchanged between conversations had in my home person to person as well as conversations had via the phone. They also used my location as opportunity to break into my home as I noticed items missing, and my clothing and shoes showing signs of use. In addition my cell phone had saved wi-fi locations that I had never been to and on dates when I was admitted in hospital. Recently my passcode was changed so that upon entering what I KNEW to be the pass code the phone defaulted to factory reset. Coincidentally, this was in the morning the phone was underneath my pillow where I would NEVER place any ELECTRICAL appliance (as would today’s youth, as I suspect are those who are breaking into my home with the matron (grandmother) as the lookout)...I digress, my question is upon moving from this house I have discovered without the benefit of “proof” that cameras were hastily removed as I was transporting my items on a trip because I’d turned my phone off and parked my car leaving them blind, is there any way or any electronic foot print that these oafish dotes who have violated my home and security are oblivious of that can be used to take to the authorities and prosecute them?
Software/Hardware used: Samsung S8, Samsun Note 9GPS, Cheverlote Spark 2017 With OnStar wi-fi rear camera possible 3rd party gps
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