Police in Walnut Creek say they’re investigating a recent theft from an Apple Store. The incident happened in early-April, according to a report by NBC Bay Area, and it began when three men ran into a store, grabbed as many items as their arms could hold, and proceeded to make a run for it.
The robbery happened just before 9pm, Walnut Creek Police Department Sgt. Ryan Hibbs said. The suspects took off on foot; it’s not believed the men were armed.
Police haven’t said whether they’ve been able to obtain video surveillance footage of the robbery. Three MacBooks and 18 iPhones were stolen, sources said.
Once the men are identified and arrested they’ll be taken to the Martinez Detention Facility to be booked and processed. Since the items stolen were valued at over $950, the men involved in the crime will be charged with a felony. Their Martinez Detention Facility bail bonds amounts will be determined by the crimes they are charged with; should any of the suspects have outstanding warrants, their bail bonds amounts will be higher.
Original article: 18 iPhones, 3 MacBooks Nabbed from Walnut Creek Apple Store