BENNINGTON — Police are questioning a thievery of an Apple partner store in city Monday night, an occurrence that a passerby reportedly witnessed.
Brown Computer Solutions, located during 116 Benmont Ave., was damaged into and burglarized shortly before 9 p.m. Monday, store owners Patrick Brown told a Banner.
Around $2,000 value of products were taken, including an Apple Watch, iPod and accessories such as keyboards, iPad cases and cables.
The store’s notice camera, that prisoner many of a burglary, showed a think as a “white, medium-built male,” Brown said. The chairman was wearing a dim gray hoodie, a light gray ball top and black pants. A blue ski facade lonesome his nose and mouth, and he was carrying a trek with gray straps.
Bennington military pronounced a womanlike passerby witnessed a thievery and reported it during around 8:40 p.m. Monday.
The declare “watched a chairman enter a building” by violation a store window and entering by a window, pronounced Bennington military Lt. Camillo Grande.
Grande pronounced military are in a initial stages of a review and have not nonetheless identified a suspect.
Monday was a initial time a Bennington store of Brown Computer Solutions, identified as an “Apple Premier Partner,” gifted a thievery given it was non-stop in 2013, Brown said.
The store, that sells Apple products solely iPhones and offers Apple-certified repairs of all Apple products, also has branches in Brattleboro and Keene, N.H.
Bennington military are seeking anyone with information on a thievery to call (802) 442-1030 or leave a tip during https://www.benningtonpolice.com/crime-tips.php.
Contact Tiffany Tan during [email protected], @tiffgtan on Twitter or 802-447-7567 ext. 122.