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Nearly $230,000 worth of iPhones have disappeared through a 20-inch hole after a trio of daring thieves tunneled their way into a warehouse, Xinhua News Agency reported earlier in the month.

Three Chinese nationals were arrested on charges of stealing 240 iPhone 6 units, valued at 1.4 million yuan, or approximately $230,000. The suspects were arrested in late December after the police successfully tracked the phones’ serial numbers.

Police said the three men broke into a Beijing warehouse between December 12 and 13 through a 20-inch hole (approximately 50 cm) which they dug out of the wall.

“One suspect used to work as a driver for the logistics company that owned the warehouse and was familiar with the site,” the news organization wrote.

The suspects later sold the stolen iPhones and spent most of the money on cars, gold and gambling, according to the report.

Another unrelated case showed how eager some Chinese are to get their hands on the new iPhones as Hong Kong police released a photo showing a smuggler caught with 94 iPhones strapped to his body.

Source: Xinhua News Agency via

  • Nick

    Americans would never be this dedicated

  • 9to5Slavery

    Law abiding Citizen …

  • ♋JULY 17♋

    Sheesh but why if you know you gonna get caught anyway. Was it worth the master plan lol epic fail !!

    • Mark Kramer

      You need to think like a criminal. Many criminal are so arrogant/stupid that they think they can get away with the crime and not get caught.

    • Franklin Richards

      Capital punishment is still a thing in China so they were either very desperate for money or they were just incredibly stupid.

  • Danuel Carr

    It’s like something out of a movie.

  • afteroffice

    I wonder if they would do the same towards android phones

  • Dante Arellano

    Like in the movies Why no one wants to steal a samesung shite cus the shite dont worlth nah nada