Enable latitude history and maybe you can catch the guy at work too?
my friend's ps3 was stolen from the common room of his suite at s.u.n.y binghamton where we all went. He called sony and told them, sony then contacted the local police and began working with them. When the kid who stole it hooked it up, the ps3 went online like its supposed to do, and they were eventually able to track his ps3. The cops found the kid (who lived in one of the other dorm communities) and returned my friend's ps3. They also found a lot of other property this kid had been stealing around campus. I have a new-found respect for sony after that, and am I proud ps3 owner now.
I'm impressed that they took the time to search that out. My family (in addition to what I already mentioned) has had some cars stolen in the city, the break in, and numerous other things and the cops never did a thing.
Perhaps I have been too dickish in this thread based on my negative experiences and cynicism...hopefully the OP can get his phone back...where I've lived, I wouldn't have even considered that possible.
I just downloaded mobile defense and think it's great, I do think it may be a little extraneous to look for a stolen phone, but what if a person had there phone and more things stolen, more info is better than no info.
This is probably a little bit off topic but, what's the point of stealing a verizon phone I've always wondered? I realize that if they're somewhat smart they can sift through and find sensitive personal information, but that aside they can't really use the phone for personal use since there is no sim card and it would be shut off soon by the real owner anyways right?