Naperville Apple Store Hit in Smash-and-grab

Apple’s Main Place store in Naperville, Illinois, was broken into early Sunday morning by two people who made off with some US$30,000 in merchandise. The suspects were wearing ski masks and gloves, and had containers so they could more easily make off with the Apple gear, according to Chicago Breaking News.

The suspects broke through the store’s glass doors to get inside. Police arrived on the scene at about 5:15 in the morning, but the suspects had already fled.

The Naperville Police Department is asking for anyone with additional details about the burglary to call their offices at 630-420-6664, or to call their Crime Stoppers Hotline at 630-420-6006.