GLENDALE — Police are looking for the general public’s assist in figuring out and finding a person who they imagine stole a number of new substitute iPhone screens from a store on the Glendale Galleria valued at $25,675 and fled the scene.

The person additionally could also be linked to an earlier theft in Arcadia, stated Tahnee Lightfoot of the Glendale Police Division.

In line with police, at 9:35 a.m. on March 14, the suspect compelled open a number of locked cupboards on the We Repair Now iPhone restore kiosk contained in the Glendale Galleria at 100 W. Broadway, Lightfoot stated.

He stole a number of new substitute iPhone screens valued at $25,675 and left the Galleria driving a grey Maserati Ghibli sedan with non permanent registration within the entrance windshield, she stated.

He’s believed to be accountable for the same case in March 2019 within the metropolis of Arcadia, she stated. An worker from the prior theft in Arcadia acknowledged the suspect and started recording from his cellphone, she stated.

Anybody with details about the theft was urged to contact Glendale Police Detective Kelly Burroughs at 818-548-2097, or at [email protected]

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