Police have arrested a person suspected of stealing merchandise Sunday afternoon from the Santa Rosa Plaza Apple Store, which last month was hit by a group of thieves.
The suspect, who is not identified, is believed to have acted with several other people, Santa Rosa Police said. Kyle Philp. Philp said that theft is currently being investigated by the police property crimes unit.
"We are still waiting for Apple to give us a list of those taken," he said.
Hooded thieves caught on surveillance video settled by more than $ 35,000 in goods from same store on August 29 while employees and other customers stood. Philp said the police were working on obtaining surveillance video in the last elevator.
Police said in a press release shortly after 1:00 on Sunday, "several thieves entered the Apple Store at the Santa Rosa Plaza shopping mall and ran away with more devices."
The father of an Apple Store employee, who asked for his name to be held back because he would not endanger his daughter's job, said he was worried about her safety because of the repeated thieves in the store.
In August 29th, the suspects in the surveillance video swung the Apple products in just over 20 seconds and released the device's devices from its closer.
One of the guilty ones even turned back to pick up more things that had gone to the floor just outside the door as he fled.
The case resembled half past ten lightning thieves in California Apple Stores in recent weeks, including events in Corte Madera, Walnut Creek, Roseville, Fresno, Valencia and Thousand Oaks.
Thieves have also hit mobile phone stores. On August 20, three suspects T-Mobile stores hit Santa Rosa and Petaluma, raising $ 10,000 in goods, including more mobile phones.
Two of the suspects, Tarell Armstrong, 26, and Joshua Green, 27, both Oakland, were arrested that day after police said they fled into a Petaluma neighborhood after a brief high-speed trial down McDowell Boulevard. But the third suspect slipped away.