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The Items Stolen From Jobs House Included Steve’s Wallet With One Dollar In It



Earlier this morning Cult of Mac reported that 35-year-old homeless man, Kariem McFarlin, broke into Steve Jobs’ house and stole more than $60,000 worth of computers and personal items.

We now have a list of items McFarlin stole, which includes a lot of Apple hardware, and some personal items, like Steve Jobs’ wallet, that still had his license, credit card, and the $1 annual salary he earned as CEO of Apple.

  • 2 iMacs
  • 3 iPads
  • 1 Apple TV
  • 1 Sodastream soda maker
  • 1 $30,000 Tiffany & Co. platinum and aquamarine necklace
  • 1 $28,500 Tiffany & Co. diamond and aquamarine crochet necklace
  • Steve Jobs’ wallet containing Jobs’ drivers license and credit cards

Police were able to apprehend McFarlin after he tried to plug in Steve’s iPads and iMacs. The devices requested a software update from Apple’s servers and led the cops right to him.

Source: The Daily


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