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At the end of the year and holiday heists, and more than $200,000 in the end is stolen from a Best Buy or a far distance from the phone was taken out of a car after an Apple Store for a shopping spree.

The new iPhones are a hot commodity, but they are red and can be hot during the holiday season, when shoppers and stores to stock up on America’s No. 1 smart-phone, according to a report on AppleInsider.

The largest robbery took place in Ardmore, Okla. where is the police, says a Best Buy employee stole $200,000 worth of iPhones from a distribution center, according to a local News12 report.

At a Best Buy in robbery, police say three men broke into a store in the Summerville, SC), and dissolved in about 100 iPhones with a value of about $100,000, according to a local report, a quote from a store manager.

The new iPhones are popular targets for thieves.
(Apple)

Another great iPhone for prey, in the amount of $115,000, was taken from the car of a customer who had just made an unusually large purchase from an Apple, Bridgeport Village store in Oregon, a report said, citing sources in the police department.

The police are on the lookout for a man and a woman, who allegedly stole the phones, adding that the suspects had stolen items from the same Apple retail Store in the previous week.

One of the thieves served as a lookout while the other broke down in the car, according to the report.

the iphone is not the only Apple products targeted by the bad guys

In the pre-holiday rush at the Stanford Shopping Center Apple Store in Palo Alto, Calif. the thieves stole 22 iPads 10 Macbook computers, 71 iphone, and 23, Apple, Pencil, according to a report published in a local Palo Alto newspaper. The total distance is counted to $ 105,000.

This is a “grab-and-run heist,” the report said, citing the police investigation.

“The suspects were all described as being in their early 20s, ran into the store at 8:12 a.m. on Wednesday, picked up all of the items they could carry and ran out the door,” the report said.

The two getaway cars were waiting for the men, the report said.

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