French Apple truck robbery botched by masked gunmen

Macworld Australia Staff
9 July, 2012
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A truck carrying Apple products in France has been hijacked by multiple gunman in a botched attempt that ended with the crooks abandoning the goods.

The truck was travelling through Aulnay-sous-Bois in Seine-Saint-Denis,  Paris, when it was taken over by several masked assailants carrying assault rifles – Kalashnikovs or M16s – reported 9to5Mac and a number of local French websites, including and

The driver and passenger of the van were said to have been released by the robbers in the woods of Luzarches in the Val d’Oise, and no one was hurt.

Several hours later police recovered the products in a house near where the truck was abandoned in Les Mureauz, near Paris. However, the robbers fled and have not been arrested.



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