Apple Store customer robbed on N Street

On Monday evening, a women was robbed by two unknown suspects on the 3300 block of N Street.

The Metropolitan Police Department believes the woman was followed after she exited the Apple Store on Wisconsin Avenue, where she purchased two laptops. The suspects approached the women on N Street, knocked her to the ground, and stole the computers.

“I think it’s safe to assume that the victim was followed from the store,” MPS Commander Matt Klein wrote on the 2nd District listserv. “The suspects may have been waiting for someone to leave the store with large bags or other obvious indications of a large purchase.

Klein added that MPD placed additional police officers in the area as a response to the robbery.

4 Comments on “Apple Store customer robbed on N Street

  1.  by  Ouch

    ‘Tis the season alright…

    Also, CAPTCHA is annoying. Why?

  2.  by  Chris Heller

    @ Ouch

    We’ve been hit with a lot of spam in the past few weeks. I added CAPTCHA to slow down the bots.

  3.  by  Trollin' (Air Raid Vehicle)

    FYI all Vox readers:
    Only one of captcha words is necessary, the other can be pretty much anything offensive or vulgar you want to enter. The trick is to figure out which word is necessary. Usually, words with punctuation, numbers, weird fonts, and capitalization are filler words.

    Once enough people start messing with reCaptcha, the system starts messing up. Since reCaptcha is used to translate print books to digital text, these digital books will now contain a lot more obscenity.

    tl;dr = type fuck, ruin kindle

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