Suspects accused of stealing $5,900 in iPads and Apple Watches, robbing 3 Targets in Massachusetts

Two individuals are accused of robbing three Target locations in Massachusetts earlier this month and stealing nearly $6,000 worth of iPads and Apple watches from one of the stores.

The suspects are accused of entering the Target on Fortune Boulevard in Milford on Jan. 7, threatening a loss prevention employee and stealing $5,900 worth of iPads and Apple Watches, according to a post from Mass Most Wanted. They then left through the store’s fire door.

Police said the suspects are using a white sedan with a sunroof, heavy tint and black wheels. The vehicle may be a BMW, authorities noted.

The pair is also accused of robbing Target locations in Framingham and North Attleborough as well as one in Warwick, Rhode Island. The alleged crimes had similar patterns and methods of escape, according to police.

Members of the public with information on the suspects have been urged to call Milford Police Offer Joseph Francesconi at (508) 473-1113.

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