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SFPD launches probe over missing iPhone 5 search

Four plainclothes officers assisted two Apple security officials in the search of a San Francisco man's home


By Damon Poeter
PC Magazine.com

SAN FRANCISCO — A July search of a San Francisco man's home by Apple security accompanied by plainclothes police has raised questions about how the visit was conducted.

The San Francisco Police Department is conducting an internal probe into how a search was conducted by SFPD officers and Apple security employees for a missing iPhone prototype believed to be Apple's next-generation iPhone 5, an SFPD spokesman said Wednesday.

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