A spokesman for the San Francisco Police Department, Lt. Troy Dangerfield, admitted that “threeor four” policemen who accompanied two security officials in search of the prototype iPhone Applelost 5 in a bar in San Francisco, and identified electronically the home of Sergio Calderon, a boy of20 years.

As reported by Cnet, the prototype of an iPhone is lost in late July, a club in Mexico called Cava22District in the Mission district of San Francisco.

“The men of Apple,” with the consent of Calderón, they searched the apartment but found the prototype of the iPhone (apparently the device had been sold shortly before on a dating website for only € 200).

Lieutenant Dangerfield stated that the policemen were in civilian clothes and that have remainedoutside the house of Calderon.

In late yesterday evening, some foreign news sites and blogs, and Italians had spread the news that Apple’s security men were qualified as police officers, which is a criminal offense.

 

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