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Apple Headquarters Burglarized, Police Searching for Suspects

Apple Headquarters Burglarized, Police Searching for Suspects

Posted August 10, 2016 at 1:48pm by iClarified · 14559 views
Three people burglarized Apple headquarters in Cupertino this morning, reports ABC7News.

One of the three has been arrested and police have set up a perimeter to catch the other two suspects in the Cambrian area of San Jose, according to police.

A command post has been set up on Camden Avenue. Officers and deputies are spread out all over this neighborhood in the Cambrian area of San Jose. Officers and deputies are going door to door, checking to see if they can find the two burglary suspects. This is a huge perimeter, Law enforcement is parked all around here in the Cambrian park area.

Apparently the sheriff's department spotted the burglary in process and chased the three in their car to San Jose. They then bailed on the car and police managed to chase one of the suspects down.

It's unclear what the thieves were after but we'll update you as the story develops.

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David Carrington
David Carrington - August 11, 2016 at 6:32am
"Burglarized"? What kind of a mish-mash word is that? It should be "BURGLED"! Two syllables shorter, too...
odedo1 - August 10, 2016 at 2:32pm
Of course Apple gets such a nice treatment from the police.
parap1 - August 10, 2016 at 2:42pm
It's not like Apple violated or disgraced anything from them.
Um..... - August 10, 2016 at 3:53pm
Not true...being a former Apple employee, Apple treats Police like crap. I've seen it in person, in the media, and have spoken to DA's and police officers who all state that Apple will expect full support from PD yet won't work with them in cases (e.g, providing evidence, proof, video, etc etc)...
Dary - August 10, 2016 at 11:34pm
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