Thieves reportedly stole $24,000 worth of Apple products from an Apple Store that was robbed just months ago

Thieves in California reportedly stole $US24,000 (£18,730) worth of Apple products from an Apple Store on Tuesday, ABC7 News reports.

Five burglars stole 17 iPhones, three iPads, and two computers from an Apple Store in Corte Madera just after 8pm local time, police reportedly said.

ABC7 News reporter Amy Hollyfield posted a photo on Twitter of an empty counter in the Apple Store that shows where the thieves stole the devices from.

The thieves are in their late teens and early twenties, according to ABC 7 News.

The store part of The Village at Corte Madera mall east of Highway 101, was robbed just months ago. On November 25, a group stole $US35,000 (£27,310) to $US40,000 (£31,210) worth of Apple products.

It’s likely that Apple will look at how it can increase security at the Apple Store in the future following the events.

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