Thief Breaks Into Steve Jobs’ Home

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August 14, 2012 | 5:56pm EST

A man has been arrested in California on suspicion of breaking into late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs’ home and stealing computer equipment.
A thief broke into the visionary’s Palo Alto mansion on 17 July and stole over $60,000 worth of items, including computers and other personal effects, which hethen sold, according to the Santa Clara Daily News.
Kariem McFarlin has been arrested in connection with the crime and is being held on $500,000 bail until his next court date, which has been set for Monday.
If convicted, the 35 year old faces up to seven years and eight months behind bars.
Jobs lost his battle with pancreatic cancer in October, aged 56.