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POLICE: Fed Ex employees stole thousands in Apple products from World Service Center

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) - Louisville Metro Police arrested two men, after authorities say they stole multiple Apple products while they were employed at Fed Ex.

Tomyce Wick, 23, and Demetrice Robertson, 22, were arrested on Sunday night at the Federal Express World Service Center, located at 4901 Crittenden Drive. Police say both Wick and Robertson were employees at the location.

Police say a witness stated that she observed both men hiding cell phones in their pants and in Robertson's vehicle. Police say both Robertson and Wick admitted that there were stolen items in both their vehicles.

Police saw multiple cell phone boxes inside their cars, according to official records.

Authorities reportedly found a total of seven iPhones, three Galaxy Notes, and two iPads.

The witness told police she believes the pair could be responsible for $23,000 worth of theft.

Both men are charged with theft and possession of a controlled substance.

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