All suspects of the Apple store robbery seem to be in their 20s.
Apple products are certainly in massive demand across the globe, but it also brings the attention of thieves and robbers. In the past too, we have come across information concerning the theft in the Apple Stores. Similar to those incidents, another Apple store was hit by the robbers in California.
In a daring attempt, four men entered an Apple Store in Galleria Mall and vanished with 20 iPhones, two Mac Book Pros, and one iPad mini, as claimed by the Police department.
Sacramento's Fox 40 said that the suspects smartly slashed the security cables from the devices and left the Apple store in no time.
A Facebook post regarding the robbery by the California Police Department, read,
“Help to Identify
On Tuesday 8/14/18 at 8:12 p.m. four black male adults wearing hoodies entered the Apple store in the Galleria Mall in Roseville. The four individuals worked together to steal iPhones, mac books, and an iPad mini.
They were only in the store for a short period of time but managed to steal 20 iPhones, two Mac Book Pros, and one iPad mini. Nobody was injured during the incident. No weapons were brandished.
We need help to identify the suspects in the photo or the others not pictured.”
With this robbery of the Apple store, the police seem to be in a tiff of connecting this incident with other such crimes at other Apple Stores in California. Earlier, an Apple Store was targeted in San Luis Obispo in June, then Fresno and Costa Mesa in July. Another store in Bakersfield store was also hit two weeks ago.
The police need to be on their toes and stand up to such challenges in the coming days.
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