58 iPhones, 10 laptops stolen from Berkeley Apple Store in first month of year


(KRON) — In the first month of 2024, 58 iPhones and 10 laptops were stolen from the Apple Store in Berkeley, according to the Berkeley Police Department. The burglaries have actually taken place in 5 different cases.

In 2 of the cases, presumes tried to go into business yet really did not make it with the front door, cops stated. Products were stolen in the various other 3 cases.

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The first occurrence in which products were stolen took place on Jan. 17. At around 7 p.m., a solitary suspicious went into the store and took 49 iPhones. The suspicious took off and was not situated, cops stated.

On Jan. 25, at around 5:55 p.m., a suspicious went into the store and took 9 iPhones. A Berkeley PD police officer situated the suspicious car in Oakland soon after the break-in.

The suspect, 21-year-old Dwayne Butler of Oakland, was jailed and all the home was recouped.

In a different occurrence the very same day, 2 suspects went into the store at around 11:19 a.m. and took 10 laptops. Both presumes left walking and were not situated.

Out of the 5 cases that took place in January, just one suspect has actually been jailed, cops stated.


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