Ah, to be ten years old again — and arrested for stealing £400,000 ($654,000) worth of Apple products.
That is the news coming out of Coventry, in the UK, where a dawn raid saw police arrest a boy and a 37-year-old man for their part in a series of commercial and domestic burglaries.
The Apple products — mainly made up of iPads, iPods and iPhones — were taken during two October raids in nearby Leicester.
Investigating Detective Inspector Nick Dale, said: “We want the community to sit up and take notice of our efforts to tackle organised crime. Law-abiding citizens can rest assured we’re taking strong action against suspects, whilst criminals should be asking themselves ‘am I next?’.”
Apple products continue to be some of the most stolen products out there.
In other UK theft news, a man’s iPhone was recently stolen in the city of Bath while he posed for pictures with breakfast cereal mascot, the Honey Monster.
Source: Coventry Observer