Three credit cards were stolen from a locked locker at the 24 Hour Fitness, although the victim's wallet and iPhone were left.
Before the cards could be canceled, $2,800 was charged at the Apple Store, a different card was used to charge an additional $2,800 and the third card was used to charge $2,000 at the store; in addition, $1,400 was charged at Macy's. All the charges took place at Stoneridge Shopping Center.
The next day, at about 11:36 a.m., police again received a call about a locked locker theft at the gym. A wallet and $47 cash were left behind, but two credit cards were stolen, and again a card was used at the Apple Store to buy a $2,780 laptop.
In the third incident, reported at about 10:40 a.m. Nov. 1, four cards were stolen, again from a locked locker at 24 Hour Fitness. In that case, the cards were used in Walnut Creek, with two charges for $2,823 and $2,892 made at the Apple Store there, along with a $629 charge at Neiman Marcus, a $300 charge at Whole Foods and a charge for $203 at Sephora. The victim's wallet was not taken.
The fourth was later the same day and reported at about 3:34 p.m. A single credit card was stolen and used at the Stoneridge Shopping Center Apple Store with a charge of $1,418. Again, the victim's wallet was left behind.
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