More than 1.5 million dollars of Apple Inc. products were robbed from a cargo house at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport. The building 261 is where the felony took place. The Port Authority, which operates the airport, investigators of New York and New Jersey locations suspect the theft had to be an inside job and they are currently trailing the leads.
The robbers used one of the airport’s forklifts to haul two huge cargos of iPad minis, approximately 3,600 devices, into their truck. The thieves turned up at the building around 11 p.m. in a white tractor-trailer on the side of the building. It is the side that faces the street that has less security than the other side, which is next to the tarmac. Keep an eye out when you travel to the airports and choose reliable transportation limo or car services to take you there instead of leaving your car.
The stolen items came from China and were suppose to be shipped throughout the U.S. by a corporation called Cargo Airport Services. The thieves left behind three pallets of products after an airport worker returning from dinner challenged them. So travelers make sure that when you are traveling you use safe transportation services, research your location and keep your items on you safely and securely. It is better to be safe than sorry when traveling and using trustworthy limousine and car services to transport you safely to your airport destination is pivotal.