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Oct 6, 2011 10:26 PM by Gene Cotton

Jobs mourners see burglary at Ark. Apple store

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - A web developer and his girlfriend headed to an Apple store in central Arkansas to lay down flowers for Steve Jobs. Instead, they spotted the tail end of a burglary.

Robert Blake says he saw a man running away from the Little Rock store Wednesday night shortly after the company said Jobs, the company founder, had died. At first, Blake thought the man was another person mourning Jobs. But then he watched the man hop in a getaway car with another man and speed off.

Blake's girlfriend called police, who say the suspects made off with iPads, iPods and laptops.

Authorities haven't made any arrests.

 

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