3 accused of Xmas-morning NJ Apple Store break-in
CHERRY HILL, N.J. - December 26, 2011 (WPVI) -- Police say the visitors at a New Jersey Apple Store early Christmas morning were not Santa and his elves.
Two men have been arrested and a search is on for a third accused of breaking into the store in the Cherry Hill Mall at 4:45 Sunday morning.
Police say the men arrived in a stolen car, donned ski masks and threw rocks through windows to get in the store, where they filled trash bags with nearly $36,000 worth of Apple products.
By the time they were back in the car, police were on their trail.
Kushina says officers chased by car until they ran into a dead end, then the men ran away.
Two 22-year-olds from Willingboro were arrested.
cherry hill, new jersey, robbery, crime
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