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Posted: 7:51 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2012
CONCORD, Calif. —
A brazen thief or thieves crashed a stolen car into the Concord GameStop early Tuesday in attempt to steal iPhones from a display case, authorities said.
Concord police said they responded to an alarm at the store located in Clayton Valley Shopping Center around 4 a.m.
Arriving officers found a silver Honda inside the middle of the store and DVDS and other merchandise scattered all over the store.
The car – which was driven through the front window -- apparently had been stolen in Redwood City.
Investigators believe the thief or thieves were after iPhones sold at the store. It was not immediately known how many were stolen.
The store was equipped with a surveillance camera, but it is pointed at the cash register and may not have recorded the break-in. Mall surveillance cameras were also being checked for video.
The store was closed for business on Tuesday.
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