The same Apple brand store was raided twice by robbers for several days. Judging by the video published by the San Francisco police, the act was committed by the same people who could not be detained after the first crime. Each robbery took no more than 12 seconds from thieves. They quickly ran into the room, grabbed everything from the stands closest to the exit, and then also quickly ran away with the loot. The robberies were committed on November 25 and 29, the scenario of the criminals in both cases coincides. Only by the second robbery did the gang’s composition increase by one person. During both incidents, store employees did not intervene in the actions of the abductors, but only watched what was happening. One reason for this behavior is the fact that Apple smartphones can be locked remotely. And if the criminals do not have time to sell the loot in time, only “bricks” remain on their hands, and the police are on the tail.