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South Windsor police arrest suspect in theft of iPhones worth $12,000 from Apple store

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Ralehk Martin

SOUTH WINDSOR – South Windsor Police arrested a Massachusetts man in connection with the theft of $12,000 of iPhones from the Apple Store and he may be tied to cases in other states.

Ralehk Martin, 19, of Dedham, Massachusetts, was arrested June 6 for February incident in which several suspects stole 20 cell phones from an Apple Store at Evergreen Walk. The smart phones are valued at close to $12,000, according to police.

During the course of the investigation, South Windsor police learned from detectives in Massachusetts and New Hampshire that Martin was a suspect in similar thefts in those states.

Martin was charged with conspiracy to commit larceny and was held on a $60,000 bond. He appeared in court on June 7.

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