Over 300 iPhones Stolen From UPS Truck

November 5, 2017

 

It was reported that three "husky" men wearing dark hoodies broke into a UPS truck and stole over 300 iPhone X's. 

The incident occurred between 11:15am and 11:30am PT Wednesday morning. The driver was making his usual delivery to the Stones-town Galleria mall when the three thieves broke into the locked truck and stole 313 of the nearly $1,000 phones. 

Authorities, however, believe that this was a predetermined attack, the thieves were tracking the truck and knew exactly what they were looking for. "Given the dollar value in the incident itself it appears it was planned" said captain Rick Yick. UPS and Apple are in fact working with police on the investigation, cataloguing the MEI serial number with description. 

The theft will not affect customers who were expecting to pick up there new Iphones or even make a dent in Apple's coffers, with the company expected to make $84 billion in sales. 

 

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