California state Roseville police announced a picture of two thieves who robbed local apple stores this week.
The cheat stole 20 iPhones, 2 MacBook Pro, 1 iPad mini. Fortunately, nobody was injured during robbery without weapons.
In addition to this photo, the police also announced the explanation of all four men involved in the incident. They expect that the public will help.
All four suspects involved in this case are black adult men and two are listed as men in their twenties. One was wearing troubled jeans, blue champion Parka, orange Nike sneakers. The second wore white and blue pants, black parka sweatshirt, blue sneakers. The third was quilted with a white black hooded sweatshirt under the shirt and black sneakers. The final suspect wore a black hooded sweatshirt, troubled jeans, and black sneakers.
Those who have knowledge of this case at the Apple Store in Galleria Mall in Roseville please contact the police detective of Gaines at NGaines @ roseville.ca.us.
Police are investigating whether this is the four colleagues who took away Fresno's Apple Store before.
Recent Apple Store theft
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