2 suspects arrested in connection to Greenwich Apple store robbery

Greenwich police say they arrested two men yesterday in connection to a robbery at the Apple store back in August.

Police say Dwight Collins, of The Bronx, was one of four men who came into the store before closing time on Aug. 14, and took $10,000 worth of iPhones and laptops. They say they have also arrested a 17-year-old in connection with the crime, but are not releasing his identity.

Lt. Kraig Gray says investigators followed a tip that led them to Collins and the minor in The Bronx.

Investigators say they also have an arrest warrant out for a third suspect.

Greenwich police seek Apple Store thieves

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