Robbers nab $24K worth of Apple goods in Corte Madera, CA heist

Apple devices usually come with a "Designed in California" label. Now 17 iPhones, three iPads, and two Macs can wear the "Stolen in California" label, as the devices were stolen from an Apple retail outlet at The Village at Corte Madera mall in Corte Madera, CA. 

The devices are valued at $24,000, and were stolen shortly after the store closed at 8 PM on Monday, April 24. Five robbers who were described as being in their late teens or early 20s made the heist, and were later spotted by a security guard running towards the rear of a nearby Macy's store. Apparently there were still customers in the store at the time. 

A tweet by ABC7 news reporter Amy Hollyfield shows the empty tabletops: 

The crooks have not been apprehended, and anyone with information about the crime is requested to call the Central Marin Police Authority.

This isn't the first time the Corte Madera Apple store has been targeted. In November of 2016, a group of burglars made away with $35,000 - $40,000 worth of devices.