The way federal prosecutors tell it, not only did four men conspire to steal a large quantity of MacBook Airs, but they did a poor job of covering it up.
The men were arrested on Wednesday and appeared before a federal judge in White Plains, New York. They are accused of “participating in a scheme to steal, transport, and sell a shipment of approximately 1,200 computers, valued at over $1 million, that were bound for two public high schools in New Jersey.”
According to the criminal complaint, one of the men, Anton Saljanin, was hired to transport 1,195 laptops from a vendor in Massachusetts on January 15, 2014, after having successfully delivered 1,300 other laptops.
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