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17 people now in custody for Apple Store robberies

Recently, two thieves gathered that stolen thousands of dollars worth of MacBook from the Apple store in California.
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The number of people arrested at the expense of the robbery of Apple store eavesdropping across California increased to 17 people.

The inspector claims that retail value of equipment that was the victim of theft was over $ 1 million, due to theft criminal offense in 19 countries.

Half of those arrested lived in Auckland, including father and son. They were arrested at the Apple Store in Emeryville after the latest theft.

Professor Anchor Christopherick of the Auckland Police Department said, "I am worried about this evil attitude, I think you can go to a community and do such a crime."

Apple Store's Robbery Crime Ring

The most recent robbery took place the last weekend when the Palo Alto Apple Store was robbed twice during the weekend. Another Apple Store at Santa Rosa Plaza's shopping center was also stolen at the weekend. In the latter case, the security of the mall could be suppressed when one of the thieves tried to escape from the Apple Store.

Most of the theft is along a similar line: grab a man's gang entering the store, and grab as many display devices as possible, then run from it. They ran away on the waiting escaping car. In the recent Emeryville, they ran away from the scene of Kim Lexus.

Source: KTVU

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