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Police hunting for suspects in burglary at Apple Cupertino office

Sheriff's deputies are still scouring San Jose for two suspects thought to have burglarized an Apple office in Cupertino, having already chased down and arrested a third suspect near a Starbucks, according to ongoing reports.




Police spotted the trio trying to break into an Apple building at the corner of Bubb Road and Results Way in Cupertino, said ABC7 News. The company's main headquarters are located elsewhere, namely 1 Infinite Loop.

A car chase led to San Jose, where the suspects ditched their vehicle and fled on foot, resulting in the first capture. Police then set up a perimeter in the city's Cambrian area, going door-to-door to try to locate the remaining two suspects.




On Twitter, ABC7 reporter Matt Keller noted that the burglars smashed through a window at the Cupertino office, and that deputies have recovered an unspecified number of laptops.

It's unusual for Apple's corporate offices to be the scene of any crime. Its retail stores are occasionally targeted in robberies, sometimes in dramatic smash-and-grabs made possible by the company's preference for all-glass facades.