Police use Apple’s find My app to track the fugitives during fatal police chase

A new report released today from The Sydney Morning Herald offers an interesting look at how Apple’s “Find My” applicati has been used in a deadly police chase last mth. According to the report, the two wanted men in Melbourne have been followed by the police with the help of e of My apps a stolen iPad.

The report sets the scene:

As indicated in the report, the iPad has been stolen by the two men during a home invasi. At the beginning, the men were followed by a car theft, but when the police air wing was called in and the fugitives of switching of cars, the police moved to the iPad.

According to police, the iPad has started a ping from inside the stolen Toyota Kluger men were driving. Police followed the men through the Find My app this iPad for two hours:

After a secd police pursuit, the car crashed into a semi-truck and two men were killed:

Two men killed during a police chase in Melbourne’s north have been followed from the air by the ‘ Find My’ app after an iPad was stolen in a home invasi. Driver Vaatoa Chang, 29, from the Sun to the West, and his Caroline Springs passenger Jah Mtealegre, 36, carried the iPad with them as they changed stolen cars in two hours to try to flee the police, the 4th of February.

The report sets the scene:

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Two men killed during a police chase in Melbourne’s north have been followed from the air by the ‘ Find My’ app after an iPad was stolen in a home invasi. Driver Vaatoa Chang, 29, from the Sun to the West, and his Caroline Springs passenger Jah Mtealegre, 36, carried the iPad with them as they changed stolen cars in two hours to try to flee the police, the 4th of February.

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