Authorities are searching for three suspects accused of stealing over $20,000 worth of merchandise from an Apple Store in Berkeley on four separate occasions.
According to the Berkeley Police Department, all the incidents occurred at 1823 Fourth Street.
The biggest loss happened on Monday around 7:33 p.m. and totaled about $15,000. The following day the alleged thieves made off with $5,000 in stolen goods.
Police say last Thursday, three laptops were taken and in another incident, $1200 in merchandise was stolen.
Please Help @berkeleypolice locate these theft suspects.
Over the past week, these suspects have stolen several items from the Apple Store on 4 different occasions. If you have any info, please contact BPD’s Property Crimes Unit at (510) 981-5737.https://t.co/cEBxV0A1Rh pic.twitter.com/CwBSEaROCt— Berkeley Police (@berkeleypolice) April 4, 2019
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