It's safe to say this is the kind of story we expected to peak people's interests as dozens of media outlets picked up on the story including national and international news.
All this attention though is a bit much for the man who just wanted his iPad back.
Allen Engstrom started receiving pictures of a random woman making funny faces on his iPhone through the iCloud technology.
He took advantage of the situation, admittedly having a bit of fun with it by posting the pictures on social media in hopes someone might recognize her.
In less than three days since our story first aired he's received dozens of requests for interviews. Our story has even been shared countless times and while he's had fun with it, it's been a bit overwhelming for him.
Engstrom said, "If I didn't have a full time job already this would be more fun but right now just trying to keep up with my regular job and all this attention is kind of a challenge."
Topping it off through all this, not one person has positively ID'ed this woman who's face has crossed the world as the person who now has Allen Engstrom's stolen iPad.
They have had a few leads regarding possible user names but nothing substantial just yet to run with or reason enough for him to file an official report.