Apple Store at Promenade Still Closed

A smash and grab burglary involving a vehicle occurred at the Apple store at The Promenade this week and sheriff's officials have yet to discuss the case, other than an initial statement.

The entrance of the Apple store, normally wide-open and welcoming, was boarded up Saturday, where a drive-through burglary occurred earlier this week.

A vehicle was driven through the security gate and entrance of the store at 40764 Winchester Road about 5 a.m. Thursday.

The vehicle became stuck inside the store but the driver rammed the security gate a number of times to bull its way out the door, officials said.

On Friday, a sheriff's sergeant said there was no news to give out on the search for suspects; nor has a damage estimate or list of stolen items been released.

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Travis Morgan September 09, 2012 at 03:49 AM
Temecula Valley Computers ( http://www.TemeculaValleyComputers.com ) has certified Apple techs to help those who need immediate repair. We can do after hours and weekends to help out our fellow Mac friends.
Brenda September 09, 2012 at 09:45 AM
Oh thats good to know Travis and share. I do Windows, never touched a Mac though. I worked for a large chain of department stores and this is usually how its handled for a week after the incident, sometimes longer. There is usually much more going on behind the scenes with the store and the detectives and they will not say anything to the press. When we could finally release news of a burglary, robbery, or shooting at one of our locations it was very very vague and did not give out amounts of loss, what was stolen etc. Just pretty much a statement that yes our store located at such and such had been robbed and one security personel was shot but is said to be out of surgery and doing well. But there was so much other stuff going on and I wont say it here either. Just hoping they get these guys. That is scary being right across the street from me,know a few friends who work at the mall, and thank god it was a time when no one was hurt.
Travis Morgan September 09, 2012 at 06:19 PM
Temecula Valley Computers is also Microsoft certified and authorized. You should check out their $99 1 year computer repair guarantee.


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