Suspects flee after Apple store vandalism and seizures in California on Wednesday

The Santa Rosa Police Department is investigating a recent “break and catch” burglary at the Apple Store in Northern California this week.

The burglary took place at 11:36 a.m. Wednesday at the Santa Rosa Plaza Apple Store in Santa Rosa, California. Four suspects, aged 14 to 18, were involved in the crime, which occurred during business hours when customers and employees were in the store, according to local police.

The theft happened just a day before Apple closed its retail stores in the United States for Thanksgiving. Police say the suspects managed to escape with more than 20,000 20,000 worth of Apple equipment.

What fugitives are unlikely to find is that Apple stores use anti-theft measures to significantly reduce the value of stolen goods as part of an effort to deter criminals. However, it is also true that these tricks are not widely known and are thus less effective in prevention.

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