Crooks snag MacBooks faster than Apple introduces new products 

Even the crooks are quick to snag Apple products in San Francisco.

A person who left a backpack in front of a Richmond district home “for one minute” on Saturday had it stolen, according to police at Richmond Station.

The backpack contained a MacBook Pro and books worth a combined $2,700, police said.

The theft reportedly happened in the 800 block of 32nd Avenue around 1:15 p.m.

About two hours later, another MacBook Pro was stolen out of a car near the windmills at Golden Gate Park, police said.

The crook that smashed a window to get at the loot also ran off with a camera, personal financial papers and checks, police said. The total loss was $4,000.

maldax@sfexaminer.com

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