GREENWICH, CT (WCBS 880) – Thieves seem to love the Apple Store in Greenwich.

Police said there have been five thefts at the location in less than two years.

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The Greenwich Time reports five men rushed the store at closing time Sunday and swiped seven laptops and an a number of iPhones amounting $8,000 to $10,000 in value.

Police are looking for a possible link between this incident and a robbery at an Apple store in White Plains, N.Y. over the weekend.

Meanwhile, the debate in Greenwich continues over Apple’s plan to install floor-to-ceiling gates inside the doors.

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Local merchants and officials believe the gates would detract from the aesthetic of the elegant shopping district. The Apple Store has two large glass doorways that are arched and framed with whitewash brick.

Apple has no comment on the matter.

It’s been suggested the store hire a security guard.

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