A few years ago, I reported my Galaxy S9 as stolen after it was powered off when I tried to call it as I was looking for it in the department store I'd misplaced it in. Tonight my partner showed me an S9 with the exact case and pop-socket removal residue that was on mine when it was taken, explaining that it had been secretly found in the possession of another family member, and asked me if it could possibly be the one I lost. I am absolutely certain that this phone is the one taken from me. How can I verify and/or prove that this is the same phone that I purchased years ago, especially if I no longer have the information included with the original boxing? If I bring the phone to a store, would there be some way to examine it and determine that it is in fact mine, or that it has been wiped of its original information/programming? If I can undeniably confirm that this is the phone stolen from me, what should I do next?
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