IPad Test Model Missing After Cupertino House Theft And Kidnapping

Posted: Apr 30 2015, 2:03am CDT | by , in Apple


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iPad Test Model missing after Cupertino house theft and kidnapping

Two arrests have been made but the iPad is yet to be recovered

The robbery and kidnapping at one of the houses of the Cupertino giant has left everyone bewildered but more than that, it has compromised on some increasingly secretive activities going inside the Apple house, particularly the iPad test model which was stolen. There are no extensive details on the device as yet and there are no signs of recovery so far.

According to reports from the MercuryNews, a 20-year old man was kidnapped and reports have shown that this all happened after the victim, who luckily happens to be safe now, responded to an online advertisement from a woman.

The Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office hasn’t been very revealing regarding the items which were stolen during the incident but have only made a short statement saying that the stolen device was “a test model iPad from Apple.” News about the test model being stolen was delivered to the detectives by the victim who also added that other things were also taken away including electronic devices, prescription drugs, and cash valued at $7,500.

Thought some culprits involved in the kidnapping and theft have already been arrested, there is no sign of the stolen iPad test model. The two persons involved are now facing charges and being accused of stealing items and forcefully taking the victim in their car before they released him three-quarters of a mile away.

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