App snaps photo of man with teen's lost phone

Posted at 4:48 AM, Feb 15, 2016

An app is offering a big reward for anyone that finds a Denver teenager's cell phone.

According to The Denver Post, Heidi Whitehead says her son Jesus lost his phone last month.

Cheetah Mobile's CM Locker app takes a picture of any person who incorrectly enters a phone's passcode three times. It's called an "intruder selfie." The photo is emailed to the phone's owner.

The app sent pictures of a man to the family. Whitehead is sharing the pictures on Facebook in order to track down her son's phone.

Cheetah Mobile is now offering a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge to anyone who finds the phone.

The company told the Post that if the phone isn't found in a week, it will provide the teenager with a new phone.


Denver's a longshot, but does anyone recognize this guy? He has Jesus's lost cell phone. Grr.Jesus had a...

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