A man sold a prototype of the first-generation iPad earlier this week for $10,200, but now that there’s a likelihood he came across the item after it was stolen, it poses the question: What will Apple do about it?

The seller, who posted the unique two dock-connector iPad on Ebay on Memorial Day, said he bought the device from a colleague but doesn’t know how he came across the item.

“I don’t know if it was stolen from Apple, or if the person who was working with it kept it,” the man told Wired. “Judging by how Apple works, it’s most likely stolen, but I’m not sure about that.”

The seller, who did not reveal his identity to the publication to protect himself from Apple, said he purposely chose Memorial Day weekend to sell the item.

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