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      CommentAuthorFrenchyFry
    • CommentTimeAug 12th 2012
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    When thieves broke into Egyptian-themed Fry’s Electronics in Campbell, they weren’t looking to relive an expedition to the tombs of King Tut: They came for a modern-day treasure of Apple products.  
     
    Just a few minutes past midnight and well into the early hours of Wednesday morning, Campbell police said that thieves broke into the 600 E. Hamilton tech store. Suspects made three trips, police said, to snatch a batch of Apple iPads, iPods and iPhones valued at more than $163,000.  
     
    Capt. Dave Carmichael told the San Jose Mercury News that the suspects escaped through a hole they cut in a fence near the onramp to Highway 17.  
     
    Police are now asking the public to be on the lookout for people selling Apple tablets, phones, or music players in places other than certified retail locations. Online shoppers should also be careful since investigators think the stolen gadgets will show up on sites like eBay, Amazon, or Craigslist.  
     
    Unless buying from a legitimate store, shoppers risk being arrested for possession of stolen property when buying online or from individual sellers.  
     
    http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/Thieves-165755016.html
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    People here are soo artistically concerned for their own pathetic squabbles that they completely miss it when real drama rolls through the Fry's universe. Bye Bye Butch, based off of these forums and bathroom graffiti, you were so loved at Cambell.
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    Also, in case you somehow needed to know what I mean, Butch forgot to check the alarm(his duty) and it was completely off. The Thieves only came back once they realized some moron had left the store unprotected and they were free to do as they pleased.
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      CommentAuthorasdf
    • CommentTimeAug 12th 2012 edited
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    Butch has got to be in on it.
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      CommentAuthorFrenchyFry
    • CommentTimeAug 12th 2012 edited
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    Quote: "According to the police log, the suspects fled to a waiting car on the southbound Hwy. 17 onramp through a hole they had cut in the east fence. The suspects were caught on video returning two more times later in the night to steal more merchandise."  
     
    http://milpitas.patch.com/articles/iburglars-make-off-with-163000-worth-of-apple-products
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      CommentAuthorFrenchyFry
    • CommentTimeAug 12th 2012
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    They then came back twice, once around 2:30 a.m. and again at 4:30 a.m., police said.  
    "Maybe they'd realized that they went undetected, and thought it was worth the risk to go back for more," Carmichael said.  
     
    http://www.mercurynews.com/ci_21280256/thieves-swipe-167-000-apple-products-from-frys?IADID=Search-www.mercurynews.com-www.mercurynews.com
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      CommentAuthorGuest 2953
    • CommentTimeAug 19th 2012
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    Actually, You should get your facts straight before you start accusing people. Checking the alarm is absolutely NOT Butch's duty. It is the responsibility of the ASM....which is not Butch. And also, no one "forgot" to do that duty. The alarm check was completed.
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      CommentAuthorFrenchyFry
    • CommentTimeAug 19th 2012
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    Most Alarms in a Retail Store are on a Timer. In other words, unless it is Armed by a certain Time which varies with the store closing hours, a Phone Call from the Alarm company is made usually to who ever is in charge of closing and an off duty Manager. They are questioned as to why it was not activated by the pre described time and usually at that time a Password is required so that the Alarm company can be assured they are not being held up or hostage for that matters.  
     
    Curious as to what an explanation would be.... Why was no one notified, IF the ALARM was NOT ACTIVATED>>>
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    Inside job?
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    How suspicious that it happened during financials and someone mysteriously forgot to set the alarm.
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      CommentAuthorGuest 2953
    • CommentTimeAug 22nd 2012
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    again....get facts straight. Alarm was set. Alarm was faulty.
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    Not only is the alarm not being armed weird, but every night the stores are turned over to LP at Home Office so they can monitor the feeds, so how did nobody see it?
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      CommentAuthorGuest 2953
    • CommentTimeAug 29th 2012
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    THE ALARM WAS ARMED!!!! Sheeesh people. One of the sensors was a faulty sensor. It was still armed.

    Home office has one person overlooking 34 stores at night and each store has at least 50 to 75 cameras. That is a lot of cameras for one person to keep an eye on.
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      CommentAuthorFrenchyFry
    • CommentTimeAug 29th 2012
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    It was probably the Guy with the White Shirt sticking out of his pants that knew a sensor was bad. It's a Conspiracy...
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      CommentAuthor034CSV
    • CommentTimeSep 7th 2012
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    They should really hire more associates for night watch. We've got about 95 cameras that need watching lolI don't repeat gossip.... so listen carefully