With no phone to hand and no other evidence of the incident, a detective has to rely on clues from the internet.
A search of the internet shows several articles that were published in the past couple of weeks.
Detective Michael Crouch, a detective with South Yorkshire Police, decided to look into the matter.
I think it’s probably an older phone.””
I’ve done some research on it, and I’ve come across some articles about the phone.”
I think it’s probably an older phone.
“The detective also searched the local newspaper, which published an article on Thursday about the incident.
He said: “That article is in the local paper and it’s just that there’s a phone in the news.”
We’ve got CCTV footage of the phone and we’ve got some other clues that we can draw from the news.”‘
It’s not like it’s a normal day’ Police have not confirmed that the phone was the one involved in the incident and Crouch told The Press Association the detective will have to examine the footage again to confirm it is.
“We’re looking at the CCTV to see if it’s actually the phone,” he said.
The detective has been speaking to friends of the woman involved and has contacted the media.
She told the Daily Mail that she did not know what had happened.
Crouch said: “There’s not really a motive.
The case is very complex.
It’s been quite a few weeks and the person involved has not spoken to me or spoken to anybody.”
But we’ve certainly got CCTV to show who was involved and what they were doing at the time.
“Police said they have spoken to the woman’s boyfriend who said he had no recollection of the events.
Police said he is “not the type to be talking to the press”.