2 men cut holes through walls to steal at least 50 iPhones at Verizon, police say

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Houston police said two men cut their way into a Verizon store to steal dozens of iPhones.

It happened at the store off the North Freeway and East Crosstimbers around midnight.

Police said they cut holes through the drywall of a neighboring vacant business to get into the Verizon store and stole at least 50 iPhones.



When officers arrived, they saw the men leaving in a truck.

They went after them in a short chase, and the men were eventually arrested. They are facing burglary of a building charges.

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