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East Williamsburg »

$3.5K of Designer Goods, Jewelry Stolen from Williamsburg Apartment: NYPD

Items included Warby Parker glasses and a bag by House of Harlow, Nicole Richie's accessories line.

SoHo »

Rapper Records an Entire Album on SoHo Apple Store Display Computers

The album title is an acronym of "Prince Harvey At The Apple Store: SoHo."

Carroll Gardens »

Apple Gadgets Worth More Than $2K Stolen From Carroll Gardens Home: Police

The burglary took place while the victim was at work last week, authorities said.

Bushwick »

Burglars Steal iPad, MacBook and Screwdrivers from Bushwick Home, NYPD Says

They broke in through the basement door and also took a purse and jacket, police said.

Park Slope »

Patient's Wallet Stolen From Her Hospital Bed, Police Say

A 42-year-old woman had her wallet stolen when she left her hospital room to get tests, police said.

Cobble Hill »

Anne Hathaway Film Set Robbed of $15K in Apple Gadgets, Police Say

"The Intern," starring Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro, was filming in Cobble Hill when it was robbed.

Midtown South »

Burglar Caught Stealing Laptops, Booze and Cash from Offices, NYPD Says

Darnell Lawson, 50, broke into offices in Flatiron, Midtown and Chelsea, police said.

Cobble Hill »

$3,100 Laptop Stolen from Cobble Hill Bar, Cops Say

An Apple Macbook and laptop bag were swiped from Downtown Bar & Grill at 160 Court St., cops said.

Mott Haven »

Five Laptops Go Missing From Bronx School, Officials Say

The laptops disappeared from the South Bronx Preparatory, officials said.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Alleged Apple Scam Ringleader Also Suspected of Hitting Up Barneys Co-Op

Shaheed Bilal, 28, allegedly tried to run a scam at a Barneys Co-Op before moving on to Apple stores, court docs show.

Manhattan »

Prosecutors Peel Black Market Apple Ring

A total of 27 individuals were charged in the widespread fraud against local Apple stores.

Manhattan »

Dozens Charged With Stealing From Apple Stores in $1M Credit Card Scam

The alleged scammers made Macbook and iPod purchases at Apple stores around the country using stolen credit card numbers, according to the indictment.