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Old 06-18-2020, 04:19 PM
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iPhone 11 Stolen From Looted T-Mobile Store Tracked To San Bernardino Home; 2 Arrested
June 18, 2020 at 9:52 am



SAN BERNARDINO (CBSLA) — Two men have been arrested in connection with the looting of a T-Mobile store in San Bernardino during recent protests.

Siante Lockridge, 28, and Anthony Flewellen, 36
, both of San Bernardino, are in custody on burglary charges.

Police say the store’s glass door was broken down on May 31 by unknown suspects, and high-value cell phones and other electronic devices worth more than $8,000 were taken. One of those items happened to be an iPhone 11 box, which contained a tracking device. While the store was being looted, two people first tried a gun, then household tools to force entry into an inventory room, where surveillance cameras caught images of two men.

The day after the store was looted, a T-Mobile employee reported to the San Bernardino police that one of the phones was being tracked to a home in the 3700 block of RidgeLine Drive. The homeowner gave investigators one phone that was verified to be among the items stolen from T-Mobile store, but employees told police the tracking device continued to ping from the home.
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Boston Police Release Photos Of Suspects Allegedly Involved In Neiman Marcus Burglary

June 25, 2020 at 9:37 pm










BOSTON (CBS) – Boston Police are looking to identify dozens of people allegedly involved in a burglary at Neiman Marcus during the riots in the city on Sunday, May 31.

Police said the front door to the store on Huntington Ave was smashed and people entered illegally.

“The first floor was cleared out of merchandise and about half of the second floor,” Boston Police said.

Photos of the suspects were posted on Boston Police’s Facebook page and their blog.

The incident happened the same night dozens of people were arrested as protests turned violent in the city and shops were broken into.
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