Tech-Shizzle reports "the driver of the break in vehicle, one Equonne R. Howard (22), drove his own 2003 BMW X-5 through the glass and drop down gate. A passenger loaded up on iPods and iPhones (no MacBooks or MacBook Airs!), as Howard tried to repeatedly back the BMW out of the store after the gate dropped back down behind him."
The BMW ended up getting 2 flat tires during the attempted robbery, the Riverside Press-Enterprise. One of them was changed nearby and after trying to fix the other with a stolen can of Fix-A-Flat the vehicle was abandoned a mile from the store.
During the heist, the front license plate came off the vehicle. When Howard returned to the store in an attempt to retrieve it, he was arrested. The key to the BMW was still in his pocket.
Howard is being held on bail of $600,000, the estimated value of the damage done to the store.
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