Finally the story comes to an end after SF Weekly reports that SFPD (San Francisco Police Department) did helped Apple in the house search for the iPhone 5 prototype which was lost in a bar. According to the previous report it was told that Apple made the search on its own without contacting the Police department.

Contradicting past statements that no records exist of police involvement in the search for the lost prototype, San Francisco Police Department spokesman Lt. Troy Dangerfield now tells SF Weekly that “three or four” SFPD officers accompanied two Apple security officials in an unusual search of a Bernal Heights man’s home.

When the search was conducted, there were six people. 4 men and 2 women out of which four men were from SFPD in plain clothes and rest two were Apple investigators who searched the home of Sergio Calderón. According to the latest report the four men stood out side the home while Apple investigators searched the home for Apple’s Lost iPhone 5 Prototype.

Now SFPD Spokesman Lt. Troy Dangerfield says:

“Apple came to us saying that they were looking for a lost item, and some plainclothes officers responded out to the house with them. My understanding is that they stood outside. They just assisted Apple to the address.”

The report published on CNET of the Lost iPhone 5 Prototype seems to be legit after this all the scenario. Still some Questions remain unanswered. Like why this case wasn’t registered and why no one putted on the record.

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