The post is reporting that crooks have stolen $1.5 Million worth of iPads minis from a JFK cargo building, ironically it is the same site that of the 1978 Lufthansa heist which was featured in the “GoodFellas”.
A pair of brazen crooks punched another hole in the lax JFK security when they stole a trove of new Apple iPad minis — worth $1.5 million — from the same cargo building that was the site of the 1978 Lufthansa heist featured in “GoodFellas,” The Post has learned.
The crooks struck shortly before midnight on Monday and used one of the airport’s own forklifts to load two pallets of the tablet computers into a truck, according to law-enforcement sources.
They might have gotten more, but the thieves drove off leaving three more pallets of the Apple tablets behind after they were challenged by an airport worker returning from dinner.
The thieves are still at large and investigators have reportedly been giving airport workers polygraph tests as it’s believed to be an inside job.
The invesitigatoers on sceane think it is an inside job and are giving the airport workers polygraph tests. The report indicates that they arrived at the buiding at 261 around 11pm in a white tractor trailer and made off with about 3,600 iPads!