Apple Store in Greenwich, Attacked in Smash-and-Grab Robbery

The trademark power of Apple must not be underrated. Actually, the wish to obtain an iPad, iPhone or MacBook be able to be so appealingly powerful that it grounds the illegally disposed to carry out smash-and-grab incursions next to bricks-and-mortar Apple outlets.

Obviously under the influence by the draw of Apple’s enormously well-liked gadgets, opportunistic intruder smashed the glass front of an Apple Store in Greenwich, Connecticut last December 14, Tuesday, prior to stealing gadgetry value tens of thousands of dollars from its uncovered shelves.

Five shrouded thieves were alarmed in the 3 a.m. robbery, every one of which escaped in an as-yet nameless vehicle with their ill-gotten gains, according to local police officials.

Greenwich Apple Store robbery

Forced entry last Tuesday against the Greenwich Avenue outlet is the newest in a outbreak of Apple Store attacks, which are definitely alluring to criminal because of their glass frontages. So much so that comparable stealing has occurred at outlets in Illinois, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Just previous week, four intruders hit an Apple Store in Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey, at about 2 a.m., needing just 30 seconds to take away music players, smartphones and portable computers.