Burglar Hides Until Target Closes, Raids iPad Cabinet
Apple products and other items stolen valued at $10,000, according to Prince William County Police
An unknown suspect hid until closing at the Woodbridge Target over the weekend and raided the electronics section, stealing $10,000 in iPads and other products.
Police responded to an alarm sounding at 3:29 a.m. Saturday at Target, 2460 Prince William Parkway, according to police spokesman Jonathan Perok.
Officers found the rear emergency door was ajar. They reviewed the survellance footage and determined that the suspect hid in the store until closing.
The suspect is seen using tools from the store to break into cabinets in the electronic section, according to Perok.
"The suspect took multiple iPads and other property, valued around $10,000, before fleeing the store through the emergency exit which triggered the alarm," Perok said.
Police are on the lookout for a white male, between 16 and 24, 5'10", approximately 130lbs, with a thin build and short brown hair. He was last seen wearing a hooded sweatshirt, dark colored jeans and black sneakers.