Thieves Steal $370,000 Worth Of IPhone Xs From A UPS Truck

It looks like some Bay Area folks won’t be receiving Apple’s newest product anytime soon.

By kmvq on November 3, 2017
PALO ALTO, CA - NOVEMBER 03: The new iPhone X is displayed at an Apple Store on November 3, 2017 in Palo Alto, California. The highly anticipated iPhone X went on sale around the world today.
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IPhone Xs are a hot commodity now that they’ve officially been released. However, some people might not be getting theirs around the Bay Area as reports flooded in about a UPS truck holding $370,000 worth of iPhone Xs was broken into.

According to the report from CBS San Francisco, three “husky” men wearing hoodies stalked out a UPS truck parked near an Apple store in San Francisco on Wednesday morning.

The driver left the locked truck outside the Stonestown Galleria mall to make a delivery at a nearby Macy’s. While he was gone, the men broke into the vehicle and stole more than 300 iPhones X phones worth a total of $370,000.

A janitor took a photo of the men loading boxes into a white Dodge van. Police are asking the public for help to identify them. UPS and Apple are also working with authorities to track them down.

The iPhone X was released Friday.

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