$US3m Worth Of iPhones Stolen In Belgium Heist

A company named CEVA Logistics was housing somewhere between 3000 and 4000 iPhones in a warehouse when intruders climbed up a fire ladder and sliced a hole through the roof.

The hole was conveniently cut directly above the crates of iPhones.

An unknown amount of burglars managed to walk away with roughly two million euros worth of iPhones. And while they're almost sure to make a decent buck off the black market sale, carrier Mobsistar has revealed that they have a list of all serial numbers from the caper and will be deactivating the phones accordingly.

In other words, don't buy an iPhone in a back alley of Belgium. [De Standaard via AppleInsider]

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