More than 50 iPhones stolen in multiple burglaries at Apple Store in Berkeley

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Two burglaries hit the Apple Store in Berkeley within six days. 

According to the Berkeley Police Department, over 50 iPhones were stolen after a burglary last Friday evening and Wednesday morning at a store at 1823 4th St. 

Around 10:02 a.m. Wednesday, three suspects entered the Apple store and stole approximately 40 to 50 iPhones from the display counters. 

The suspects fled with a getaway car. 

The Friday incident happened around 5:37 p.m. when five suspects stole 12 iPhones. 

As of Wednesday, no arrests have been made, and BPD did not state the worth of the stolen iPhones. 


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