Brendan Weber

Thieves Strike Emeryville Apple Store, Marking Latest High-End Theft at Bay Area Location

A group of about six to eight people swiped an unknown amount of products from the Apple store in Emeryville Tuesday afternoon, according to police

In what has become a common — and frightening — trend across the Bay Area in recent weeks, thieves are swiping products from the shelves and tables of Apple stores across the region during broad daylight strikes.

The latest grab-and-go theft occurred Tuesday afternoon at the Apple store in Emeryville, according to police. A group of roughly six to eight people swarmed the store and grabbed an unknown amount of Apple products before taking off from the scene.

Tuesday's theft comes on the heels of similiar crimes that have taken place recently at Apple Stores located in Bay Area cities such as Santa Rosa, Walnut Creek, Corte Madera and Burlingame.

Several thieves stole multiple devices from an Apple store in Santa Rosa Sunday afternoon, according to police.

An investigation into Emeryville incident is ongoing, police said.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Emeryville Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Section at 510-596-3700.

In what has become a common trend across the Bay Area, thieves on Tuesday swiped products from an Apple Store in Emeryville, according to police.
Tuesday's grab-and-go theft comes on the heels of recent robberies at Apple Stores located in Bay Area cities such as Santa Rosa, Walnut Creek, Corte Madera and Burlingame.
The latest theft in Emeryville occurred at about 12:23 p.m., according to police. A group of roughly six to eight people swormed the store and grabbed an undisclosed amount of Apple products before taking off.
An investigation into the incident is ongoing, police said.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Emeryville Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Section at 510-596-3700. 
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