Police Search for Missing Apple Prototype

Police officers and Apple Inc. employees recently visited a San Francisco residence in a search for a prototype of one of the tech giant’s devices that had been traced to a local home, but left empty handed.

Four city police officers accompanied two Apple employees to the home in south central San Francisco, the city’s police department said in a statement on Friday.

The police statement didn’t say when the search took place or name the device that went missing. However, the department’s press release was sent in a document titled “iphone5.doc.”

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