Apple’s iPhone X is finally here, and the company is stocking its Apple Store shops across the globe for the big launch, yet it looks like thieves are onto them and have already stolen 300 units from a UPS truck.
According to CNET and other local media outlets, thieves managed to stole 313 iPhone X units, estimated at $370,000 USD, straight from a UPS truck that was parked in front of an Apple Store in San Francisco, US.
The reports say the theft happened in less than 15 minutes, between 11:15 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. PT, as three men in hoodies, driving a white Dodge van, broke into the UPS truck and stole all 313 iPhone X units that were in the UPS truck.
“Each phone was cataloged with a description and serial number, which meant the police report was one of the “fattest” Sgt. Paul Weggenmann had ever seen, he said,” states CNET’s report on the matter.