A Texas Ranger has served a search warrant on Apple for access to the iPhone SE and iCloud account of the Sutherland Springs mass shooter.
My San Antonio reported that photos, messages, documents, and other data on the device is wanted.
The shooter reportedly opened fire on the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs on 5 November, killing 26 people and injuring 20.
He then he killed himself, and was found with an iPhone SE and an LG 328BG.
Apple has refused to create a “backdoored” version of iOS to help FBI investigations on previous occasions.
The FBI then used a company called Cellebrite to access the device. Cellebrite was later hacked and the unlocking tool was leaked online.