Sep 27, 2016 11:36 AM
LONDONDERRY — Two people were arrested for stealing $100 worth of apples from Mack's Apples.
Ying Huang, 43, and Peng Boon, 46, both of Charlestown, were arrested Saturday, according to the Eagle Tribune.
The two paid for a $20 pick-your-own bag but then filled a backpack, diaper bag and stroller undercarriage with apples. An employee spotted them and called the police.
They were arrested and charged with theft. Londonderry police said they arrest between five and 10 people each year for stealing apples.
Mack's Apple farm estimates the cost of these thefts to be thousands of dollars.
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