NEW YORK – The authorities of the city of New York are looking for three individuals to question in relation to a series of robberies in different businesses in the city where, so far, more than $ 10,000 in Apple products have been taken.
The first incident was reported on September 11, at around 4:35 pm, when two individuals would have entered a T-Mobile store, located at 57-35 Main Street and would have removed 3 Apple watches worth about $ 1,460.
Two days later, two suspects reportedly entered a Verizon store at 117-14 Queens Boulevard at around 4:20 pm and allegedly stole an Apple iPhone 11 Pro worth approximately $ 1,000. That same day, they also entered a T-Mobile store, at 122-15 Brewer Boulevard, and apparently stole another Apple iPhone 11 worth about $ 1,100.
The fourth event occurred on September 15, at about 6:46 pm, but on this occasion, they would have entered the AT&T store, from 1949 on Turnbull Avenue, three suspects took two Apple watches valued at about $ 1,059.
Also, on September 17, at around 2:45 pm, two individuals allegedly entered the T-Mobile store at 198-25 on Horace Harding Express Way and stole a Samsung Galaxy S20 valued at about $ 1,400.
Ten days later, on September 27, at around 5:35 pm, a subject reportedly entered AT&T at 38-27 Bell Boulevard and allegedly stole two Apple iPhones 11 Pro worth about $ 2,100. The same product would have been stolen two days later but from an AT&T from 61-44 on 188th Street.
On September 30, two robberies were reported. One at 6:00 pm, at AT&T at 205-14 Northern Boulevard from where he would have removed an Apple iPhone XR worth about $ 650. Thirty minutes later, a Verizon on the same street would have taken two iPhones worth about $ 2,100.
The most recent robberies were on October 2, 4 and 13, where the alleged thieves took two iPhones worth about $ 2,210, another three iPhones and two Apple watches worth approximately $ 1,160. These last three reports were in different places.
In all cases the suspects fled the stores on foot.
Authorities describe the suspects as dark-skinned men, between the ages of 16 and 18. If you have information on any of them, you can confidentially call the Police at 1-888-57-PISTA.