The SFPD in a follow-up to its investigation was told by the SFPD that the controversial iPhone 5 hunt did occur with its blessing. After a check, Lt. Troy Dangerfield told SFWeekly that four police officers followed Apple , looking for a missing iPhone 5, but that only Apple employees went inside, according to The SF Weekly San Francisco police had no record of being involved, SFPD spokesperson now tells The SF Weekly that “three or four” officers did in fact take part in a July search of Calderón’s home. However, these plainclothes officers apparently did not enter the premises. Calderón confirmed to The SF Weekly that only two people entered his home, who were apparently Apple employees. However he was under the impression that these too were police officers. None of the people who came to his home identified themselves as Apple employees. Apple employees impersonating police officers. You instantly get the feeling that this is one of those stories which, each time another detail is disproven, the story will magically morph into something less disprovable. That means, of course, that someone is reinventing the story as they go. And that in turn points to the entire thing having been made up in the first place.