Texas cops ask Apple for access to church gunman's iPhone 

Authorities in Texas want Apple to allow investigators access to digital iCloud files stored by the shooter in this month’s massacre at the Sutherland Springs church, it was reported on Friday.

Texas Rangers submitted a search warrant to the tech giant after the gunman in the November 5 shooting, Devin Patrick Kelley, was found with an iPhone after he killed himself.

The warrant was obtained by the Rangers on November 9, four days after the shootings, according to the San Antonio Express-News.

The Texas Rangers’ search warrant request included a photograph of Kelley’s silve-and-white iPhone, which is marked with numerous blood stains.

Investigators want to comb through Kelley’s personal files, including digital photos, messages, documents, and other types of data.

Texas Rangers submitted a search warrant to tech giant Apple after the gunman in the November 5 shooting, Devin Patrick Kelley (above), was found with an iPhone after he killed himself

Texas Rangers submitted a search warrant to tech giant Apple after the gunman in the November 5 shooting, Devin Patrick Kelley (above), was found with an iPhone after he killed himself

Texas Rangers submitted a search warrant to tech giant Apple after the gunman in the November 5 shooting, Devin Patrick Kelley (above), was found with an iPhone after he killed himself

Investigators want to comb through Kelley’s personal files, including digital photos, messages, documents, and other types of data. Law enforcement officials are seen above outside the First Baptist Church on November 5 hours after 26 people were killed and 24 were wounded

Investigators want to comb through Kelley’s personal files, including digital photos, messages, documents, and other types of data. Law enforcement officials are seen above outside the First Baptist Church on November 5 hours after 26 people were killed and 24 were wounded

Authorities want Apple to provide records of all files stored on Kelley’s iCloud account.

iCloud is Apple’s cloud storage and computing service that allows users to store information that can be

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