A week my BTC was stolen (very likely some form of trojan/keylogger as I stupidly kept the keys on a computer which connects to the internet). After getting over the initial shock, I looked into the thieves activities.
Now there has been some movement on his/her address and I found a way to connect it to an exchange (Poloniex.com). Do you think it is reasonable to expect the exchange to get involved in this, if I reach out to them? Or will they just side with their customer and ignore me?
The paper trail: My BTC was stolen on 6th of August and sent to this wallet: https://mempool.space/address/bc1qwhyawjvexu2uv0tll4cw2vvn05e8c9ak4pwv4z
He/she now split it between two addresses (a new one, and an older one with 92 transactions: https://mempool.space/address/3HmQHzjzT2t2s21pGoCyHyo2ZYXZbuifmP)
This older one has previously interacted with the Poloniex.com exchange: https://vivigle.com/BitWallet/wallet?address=12KQs513uwL6wNynQ3JP6efaocDjkE2w5C
I am very grateful for any input and information. Even if you say there is no way to get it back, I'm glad to learn more. Thank you all!