Steve Jobs' Home Burglarized
The home of the late Steve Jobs was burglarized and police say $60,000 worth of computers and other property was stolen. INSIDE EDITION has the details.
The Silicon Valley home of the late Steve Jobs has been burglarized.
Police said $60,000 worth of computers and other items were stolen from the home of the legendary co-founder of Apple.
Jobs widow, Laurene and their three children still live in the house which features an apple tree in the front yard. Fortunately, they apparently were not home when the burglary occurred.
A best-selling biography of Jobs, published last year, revealed the billionaire rarely bothered to lock his doors.
A 35-year-old suspect is in custody.
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