AppleInsider is supported by its audience and may earn commission as an Amazon Associate and affiliate partner on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. In the latest Apple Crime Blotter, Mike Lindell sues the FBI over his seized iPhone, a mayor’s security detail stops a robbery near an Apple Store, and “The iPhone Man” is charged as part of a Minneapolis racketeering case. The latest in an occasional AppleInsider series, looking at the world of Apple-related crime. TikTok video captures Irvine Apple Store robbery The robbery of the Irvine Spectrum Apple Store in Irvine, Calif, was caught on video and published to TikTok by a user named @golden.me4 on September 24. The video had over 59,000 likes, 4,900 comments, and nearly 12,000 shares as of Wednesday. @lifeofgoldenn Live Robbery 9/24 @apple #irvinespectrum #applestore #irvine #orangecounty #california #socal #foryou #foryoupage #fyp original sound – Golden The same week that two brothers from Miami were sentenced for a $2.2 million hardware fraud, a South Carolina man was sentenced to three years and 10 months in prison, for his part in a scheme to steal over $500,000 in electronics from a Pennsylvania Walmart, as AppleInsider reported Wednesday …. Read full this story
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