SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas -- Authorities have issued a warrant for the Sutherland Springs mass shooter's iPhone.
According to Fortune, Apple was served with a search warrant for data from the shooter's iPhone. The latest move comes as information is still scarce about a motive for the deadly rampage at First Baptist Church.
Law enforcement hope photos or messages from the shooter's iCloud account might give them more insight. It's unclear whether the tech giant will give law enforcement access to the iPhone.
In 2016, Apple notoriously refused to help the justice department access one of the San Bernardino shooters’ iPhone.