This is a problem: the Apple store in Shadyside, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania was burglarized, this morning, for the third time in months. According to WPXI Pittsburg Police were called to scene of the Walnut Street smash-and-grab around 5:30 AM.

When officers arrived they said they found both front doors damaged and a cement cinder block that was used to shatter the glass doors. The store was closed for most of the day Thursday while construction crews replaced the doors.

According to police reports laptops and iPods made up the majority of the loot, obviously not iPad 2s. This particular Apple Store was burglarized at least twice in 2010 with one robbery in November 2010 resulting in thousands of dollars in losses.

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