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Published on Sep 14, 2012
Los Angeles man was arrested and charged with burglary for smashing through his SUV through an Apple Store in Temecula, CA.
Police in Riverside County were holding Equonne R. Howard, 22, on $600,000 bail. Three theft charges were brought, after he was arrested Wednesday morning after smashing BMW X5 into the Apple (AAPL) retail store in Temecula, California. Police reported that the burglars hit the Temecula, Calif., Apple Store at about 5 a.m. on Sept. 6 using a 2003 BMW X5.
The burglars are charged with vandalism, burglary and theft of electronics in connection with this break-in.