Don’t know if the BMW was stolen or not! If it was not, then the thieves were rather not too bright. After all, they couldn’t drive their BMW away as the BMW was blocked in by the security gate that they wrecked. Obviously, the cops would figure out who owned the BMW with the license plate right? Of course, if they were smart, they would also remove their license plate too, but I doubted so as they plunged into the Apple store with their beautiful BMW for some certain outdated iPhones.
How come I assume they stole iPhones? Cnet’s “Thief drives straight through Apple Store window” article reported that one of the thieves stole small items in Apple store, and I assumed the smallest items of them all gadgets in Apple store had to be iPhones (we clearly see one of the thieves left iPads alone on the tables as iPads were bulkier and bigger than iPhones in the video below). They weren’t too bright, because Apple had yet to release iPhone 5 (the latest iPhone model as we speak) to be sold in Apple store on the day the they stole them iPhones. This means, the thieves stole items from Apple store that might not be sold for the best value in term of getting the bang for the buck out of a brazen heist.
As reported, one of the alleged thieves is now apprehended by the police. In the end, one of the thieves didn’t get the bang for the buck and yet the thief could be in jail for however long a judge would sentence the thief to be behind bars. Check out the video right after the break which captured the thieves in action at Apple store.
According to the information of the video above, the thieves hit the Apple store at Temecula. Sad and embarrassed, I don’t know where is on earth Temecula. Nonetheless, it seems that the information of the video above also stated that one of the thieves is a man of Los Angeles, therefore I think the Apple store that the thieves had brazenly broke into is actually located in Temecula of California. Hint, Los Angeles is in California too. Nonetheless, I could be wrong, because I do know one thing, even cities, towns, or counties of whatever states in the United States can have the same name. One example would be, Greenville of Alabama and Greenville of Arkansas, because Greenville is the city name for both cities of both states.
- Apple’s iPhone 5 Keynote In Just 90 Seconds [Video] (cultofmac.com)
- Watch This Idiot Thief Crash His BMW Through The Apple Store Glass [Video] (cultofmac.com)
- Video: Apple Store fights back against BMW X5-driving burglars (autoblog.com)
- Bad apples steal iPhones in raid (smh.com.au)
- How not to rob an Apple Store (video) (geek.com)
- Breaking Into An Apple Store By Ramming It With A BMW (clumsycrooks.com)
- Apple Fanboys Ram BMW Into Apple Store, Get Stuck (Video) (jacehallshow.com)
- Thieves crash car into Apple Store (macworld.com)
- Smash and Grab at California Apple Store leads to arrests (neowin.net)
- Video: Brazen thief creates his own drive-though window at Apple Store (zdnet.com)