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SFPD Seeks Surveillance Footage in Lost iPhone Prototype Case

The San Francisco Police have asked the bar owners of Cava 22 to view surveillance footage taken the night a second iPhone prototype was lost by Apple, reports CNET. The footage is likely being used as part of an investigation into how officers assisted Apple in searching for the device.

Jose Valle, whose family owns Cava 22, a popular bar-restaurant in the city’s Mission District, told CNET Friday that officers from the San Francisco Police Department visited the bar about a week ago and left a message that they wanted to see his surveillance video from July 21 and 22 as part of their lost iPhone case. Valle said he has the video and has since tried to connect with investigators but that they have yet to follow up.

Lt. Troy Dangerfield, a spokesman for SFPD, told CNET that Apple has not filed a police report and that he had no information on the status of the internal review.
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