“An Apple Retail Store located in Kurfürstendamm, Berlin was the site of a smash-and-grab robbery earlier this morning, reports Bild.de [Google Translate]. At 4:15 AM, thieves reportedly crashed an Opel Corsa supermini automobile into the store and proceeded to steal display iPhones, iPads, and computers before fleeing in two Audis,” Richard Padilla reports for MacRumors.
“The smash-and-grab robbery on the Kurfürstendamm Apple Store is also similar to the robbery that took place at Apple’s Promenade Temecula retail store in Temecula, California last year, where robbers also used a car to obliterate the entire front glass and security grating of the store before making off with merchandise,” Padilla reports. “It is likely that the Kurfürstendamm store will close for cleanup and repair for a short while before opening to the public again.”
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[Attribution: Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg. Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “g.rogall” for the heads up.]
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