16 November, 2012

iPad Minis Worth $1.5 Million Stolen At JFK Airport

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Here's one of the big robberies you've heard of involving Apple products. Yes you read that right, we just got news that $1.5 million worth of iPad minis have been stolen from JFP Airport. According to the New York Post, two thieves stole these iPad minis, The pair reportedly sneaked inside the airport before midnight on Monday and used forklifts to load two pallets of iPad minis into a truck.

The crooks arrived at Building 261 around 11 p.m. in a white tractor trailer marked with the name CEVA on the side, according to the sources. They pulled up to the side of the airport building that faces onto a street and has less security than the other side, which is accessible from the airport tarmac.

It seems that this might have been an inside job as it's obviously not an easy job to crack the JFK airport's security system. The crooks loaded the iPad minis in a truck using the airport’s own fork-lifts according to the police. It apparently seemed that there was no one to stop this robbery from happening.

It’s not the first time iPads have been stolen. Last year $100,000 worth of iPad 2′s were stolen in less then a minute, and more and more people have started smuggling iPhones. According to the report, the tablets were shipped by a company called Cargo Airport Services. These iPads came from China and were expected to be distributed at stores around the U.S. It's really a shameful situation for Apple. What do you think about this robbery? Were the JFK airport security guards involved in this conspiracy? Share your thoughts with us via comments.

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