British thieves obtained away with sufficient Apple merchandise to open their very own retailer. On November 10, they robbed a truck containing 48 pallets of iPhones, iPads, AirPods and different gear valued at $6.6 million (£5 million).
Even with out weapons, the bandits overpowered the driving force and a safety guard of a truck on the M1 in Northamptonshire, in line with Northamptonshire police.
The freeway robbers took the truck to Crick, the place the trailer was moved to a second truck and pushed away. The driving force and guard had been left behind with the primary truck. The trailer was later discovered empty in Leicestershire.
Sadly, the Northamptonshire Police at the moment don’t have any suspects. They’re asking to “converse to anybody who might have been supplied any Apple merchandise on the market in uncommon circumstances, or who is aware of of anybody who’s promoting such gadgets at low-cost costs.” As well as, they’re hoping somebody noticed one thing uncommon on the southbound slip highway at Junction 18 of the M1, between 7:45pm and 8pm on Tuesday, November 10.
Thieves usually goal Apple merchandise
Criminals often goal Apple merchandise. They’re small, excessive worth, and fairly widespread. This make fencing the products simpler.