Thief Breaks $100K Apple Store Door With Rocks, Steals $64K Worth Devices

It seems, after achieving the title of the most valuable company, Apple has been the prime target of thieves. Earlier, we have seen thieves slamming a BMW car into a Apple store and looting devices and stealing of Apple iPad only from Microsoft building. This time, we have seen another one. A thief broke an Apple Store’s custom glass door with rocks and stole $64k worth Apple products.

Apple Store In Boulder, Colorado

Last Saturday morning, a thief threw three standard size rocks to an Apple store’s custom glass door located at 1755 29th Street, Boulder, Colorado, smashed the door into pieces, and simply stole about $64,000 worth of products including MacBook, iPad, and iPhone in the blink of an eye.

Police is suspecting that the thief was a male and was wearing white gloves along with a black hoodie and baseball cap. Anyone with possible information on the theft has been encouraged to inform through Crime Stoppers or contact the Boulder Police Department by calling 303-441-1974.

Personally I would say, the thief would have been more beneficent if he had stolen the $100,000 costly custom glass door instead of stealing $64, 000 worth of Apple products. At least, he could spend some days tension free, as Apple attaches tracking technology only in its iDevices, not in any doors.

Source: Apple Insider, MacNN

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Anatol Rahman is the Editor at TheTechJournal. He loves complicated machineries, and crazy about robot and space. He likes cycling. Before joining TheTechJournal team, he worked in the telemarketing industry. You can catch him on Google+.

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