In San Francisco, electronic media worth tens of thousands of dollars were stolen in the Apple Store in Palo Alto, California in less than 12 hours during the iPhone XS launch weekend.
According to police in Palo Alto, the city’s Apple Store was hit for the first time on Saturday at 7pm. The eight suspects arrived with demonstration models worth $ 57,000, including the new iPhone XS and iPhone. XS Max – and various other products – fled immediately after the flight aboard several vehicles, “said 9to5Mac late Wednesday night.
In two days, the store in Palo Alto was full of $ 107,000 in iPhone, computers and electronic devices.
In recent years, burglaries have become common in Apple stores, with suspects on incredibly expensive products progress incredibly fast.
The two flights to the Apple Store in Palo Alto are last week following the launch of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max Super Premium, which attracted more than average Apple Store enthusiasts over the week-end.
Between the end of August and September, six Apple stores in the region were reportedly robbed at least nine times.
On Sunday, according to Fox News, an Apple Store in Santa Rosa collapsed for the second time in less than a month.