Berkeley police responded to the Apple Store on Thursday for a report of yet another theft on Fourth Street.
The incident took place at 12:15 p.m., the Berkeley Police Department said.
According to initial reports, two male individuals entered the store and stole 16 iPhones, six iPads and four MacBook computers. They fled in a silver sedan before police arrived.
BPD cautioned that the initial report is preliminary and that the details could change.
Thursday's incident follows a similar report Wednesday when one person went into the Berkeley Apple Store, at 1823 Fourth St., and took approximately 75 phones at about 12:20 p.m.
Police ultimately arrested three people in Oakland in that case.
In January, police said thieves hit the Berkeley Apple Store five times that month alone. Twice, their plans were foiled, but three other times they made off with devices.
The Emeryville Apple Store has also been a repeat target this year, with at least four thefts at the Bay Street store in recent weeks, The E'ville Eye reported.
See complete coverage of Berkeley Apple Store thefts on The Scanner.
Note: This story was updated after publication due to the developing nature of events.