Search Warrant gives 10 day limit to seize and search items and location described. They Took a Camera, along with a computer and digital storage media. They searched the computer within the 10 days. They didn't search the storage media. They waited 3 months before searching the camera. No Criminal Charges filed. The officer states on record that they did not find anything relating to the allegations and then had it forensically examined to restore deleted media. They did not make an "Image" of the cameras hard drive. They searched the original container several months after the 10 day limit without obtaining an extension on the warrant or another warrant. They also were not given permission to forensically examine anything. No evidence connecting the camera to the crime."Now, therefore, you are commanded to execute and serve this warrant at any time within ten (10) days of the date hereof, to search the premises, person, place or thing described herein, and in the accompanying affidavit and to seize the property described herein and in the accompanying affidavit." This is the only sentence in the warrant that gives any permission to do anything with property. It looks like it only allows 10 days to search the "thing" described herein. I feel this is an argument of reasonableness as well. Considering that it isn't difficult to turn on a camera and view what's on it, it's much different than searching a computer. Also the allegations involve a laptop, but not illegal data that can be stored on another device like for example: Child Porn. I understand that this is fairly complicated and difficult to answer without more information. Thank you.