8 Arrested in $1M California Apple Store Thefts, Warrants for 9 More

The California police arrested eight people after a series of theft cases in the Apple store over $ 1 million. An arrest warrant was issued against nine suspects.

The suspect is accused of stealing a rack from Apple stores in 19 counties. They went out to the store during working hours and managed items in just a few seconds. I wore all Parker to help hide their identity.

California state attorney general Xavier Beekera said the suspect was detained in Sonoma County and seven were in Alameda County.

Oakland Police Chief, Anne E. Kirkpatrick says: "As a result of the successful cooperation of law enforcement agencies, an important criminal network was dismantled.

The police know the person they are looking for, so there is a good chance to know where they look. There is a good chance to know more arrests soon on this network.

© Macobserver

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