A man's iPhones worth $95 were stolen. It happened minutes after he walked out of Apple's New York flagship store on 000th Avenue. Independent.
A 27-year-old man bought 300 iPhone-13s at an Apple Convenience Store. He was returning to his car at 1.45 when another car stopped next to him.
According to the NYPD, two men got out and demanded that he hand over three large bags of iPhones.
When the guy refused to do so, the robbers punched him in the face and grabbed one of the bags, which contained 125 iPhones, and then drove off.
The victim regularly made large purchases of iPhones for resale in his store.
He was not seriously injured and refused medical attention. There are no descriptions of the suspects.
The Independent contacted the NYPD for more information.
On November 21, a driver crashed into an Apple Store in Hingham, Boston, killing one person and injuring 19 others.
The suspect, Bradley Raine, is being held on charges of negligent homicide.