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Police Release Surveillance Video From Fry's Apple Product Heist

Campbell Police urges the general public to be cautious about buying Apple products from online sites such as eBay and Craigslist.

Campbell Police released the surveillance video from the Friday.

Nearly 300 Apple products—iPods, iPads and iPhones—valued at $163,000 were stolen from Fry's Electronics Aug. 8 around 12:15 a.m.

According to the Campbell Police log, at least two, and as many as five burglars pried open the front exit door, pried open the electronics cage and stole numerous iPads, iPhones and iPods.

The burglars then fled to a waiting car on the southbound Hwy. 17 onramp through a hole they had cut in the east fence, the log stated. 

No further leads in the case have been made at the time of this release.

"We are encouraging people to be wary of purchasing equipment from individual sellers and to purchase only from trusted retail sources," Campbell Police Capt. Charley Adams said in an email. 

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