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Wanna buy a cheap Mac?

By johnboy 12 September 2011 27

ACT Policing is investigating a burglary on Saturday evening in Fyshwick involving the theft of approximately 10 Apple Mac Notebook computers.

Around 10.20pm the offenders gained access to the Wow Sight and Sound building at 120 Wollongong St, Fyshwick via the roof and stole a number of computers estimated to be worth between $10,000 and $25,000.

Police are appealing for anyone who may have witnessed any suspicious behaviour in Wollongong Street. Fyshwick on Saturday evening is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via the Crime Stoppers website on Information can be provided anonymously.

[Courtesy ACT Policing]

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johnboy 9:50 am 13 Sep 11

Linux makes a rock solid, free, foundation for building great things on top of.

For consumer use I’ll have a mac thanks.

Jim Jones 9:46 am 13 Sep 11

Ah, Linux. Linux is completely awesome. Unless, of course, you actually want to *use* your computer instead of spending all your time programming and arguing about how crap all the n00bs are.

Thoroughly Smashed 9:41 am 13 Sep 11

eyeLikeCarrots said :

Two the 2 RA members having a a pissing contest about computers…..

You both sound like fanboys.

I don’t mind a thread derail, but unlike this one it has to be funny.

eyeLikeCarrots 9:20 am 13 Sep 11

Two the 2 RA members having a a pissing contest about computers…..

You both sound like fanboys.

Angelina 9:11 pm 12 Sep 11

Boring_Name said :

Pity the Starbucks closed down…

Weird, never seen those words together before.

Felix the Cat 8:19 pm 12 Sep 11

Grail said :

I wonder if Wow Sight and Sound will be taking steps to secure their premises a little better.

Drive past the Mac1 store in Fyshwick sometime and you’ll see what measures are considered acceptable for securing high value portable property.

Don’t think they’d care that much, that’s what insurance is for.

thatsnotme 3:47 pm 12 Sep 11

How can the estimate be that broad? Surely they must know what was actually stolen, and the value of that specific stock?

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