Employee Shot at Va. Apple Store in Apparent Robbery Attempt

By  |  Friday, July 3, 2009 at 11:43 am

DEVELOPING STORY: A employee of Apple Store Clarendon in Arlington, Va. has been shot in what is believed to be an attempted robbery, Washington, DC-based media is reporting. Although the name of the employee is not known, several sources are reporting it was a 26-year-old female who was shot in the shoulder around 10am ET, shortly after the store opened.

Police report that the robber, described as a middle-aged black male with a thin frame and fake beard, rang the back doorbell which the employee answered. When she opened the door, the would-be robber shot her and fled.

The store was closed while police investigated. It is not clear whether the location remains closed at this time.


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3 Comments For This Post

  1. adrian Says:

    yeah the store is still closed

  2. adrian Says:

    n ikdk why it says 1155 b/c its 3 right now

  3. Ed Oswald Says:

    We’re on pacific time, adrian.. thanks for the report.