Robbers stole more than 300 iPhone By devices from an UPS truck

Thieves stole more than 300 iPhone X devices from a UPS truck

Even your iPhones are not secure.

More than 300 apple iphones have been stolen from an UPS monitor in San Francisco, with the thieves producing away with some $300, 000 really worth of products.

The robbers staked out the truck plus grabbed a shipment, before this managed to deliver to an Apple shop at the Stonestown Galleria shopping mall within San Francisco, according to news outlet CBS SF.  

They broke within and took all the smartphones while the UPS driver was from Macy’s making a delivery.

The thieves are still at large, and law enforcement are asking for help in tracking all of them down.  

“A witness noticed three unidentified suspects wearing hooded sweatshirts exit a white Avoid van, ” San Francisco Police Section Captin Rick Yick said.

“It appears the suspects understood what they were looking for. “

The apple iphone X retails for a minimum of $999, so 300 units would be really worth a figure close to $300, 000.

According to CNET, people who scheduled pre-order pickup at Apple company Stonestown will still manage to get their particular iPhone X on time.

We don’t know about you, but we may be hiding our iPhone By under our pillow tonight.

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