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The Apple Store in California has been stolen twice within 24 hours

Criminal acts on the Apple Store will continue as thieves hit the Apple Store in Roseville Galleria in Roseville, California on Monday.

But another California Apple Store robbery may not be shocked, but the number of times this particular store was stolen is certain. The robbery on Monday celebrated the fourth on 20th when the store was stolen.

The thief caught a thief at Roseville Galleria Mall Monday at 11 am. After stealing the iPhone and Mac with robbery, they ran away on a runaway car. It continued hot with the heel of a robbery on Sunday at 7 pm. Together, the thief robbed the item with a retail price of about $ 20,000.

Roseville police spokesperson Rob Bakela said, "In most cases, it can be said that crews have plans and organized." "In most cases, these phones should have a market as there are floor model phones that do not work like normal mobile phones.

The creation of the Apple store continues

As mentioned earlier, San Francisco's Apple Store robbery is becoming surprisingly common. Other places include Emeryville, Santa Rosa, Marin County, Fresno.

Thieves have removed most of the crimes so far, but this is not an absolute rule. During a single stolen that occurred in August at the Apple Store in Oaks Mall, Thousand Oaks, California, the customer arrested the citizen to two thieves. The third person was arrested later.

Apple tried to make a display item unattractive to the stolen by installing a special version of the software on the device. This will not work if the demo device is stolen from the store.

However, this strategy does not seem to work. Recently, a San Francisco police officer …

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