A 16-year-old boy and 21-year-old man are being held by police in connection with a raid on Apple's flagship London store in Covent Garden during the early hours of Monday morning.
It is believed that 14 people arrived at the store on mopeds and motorbikes at around 1am, before breaking into the shop and leaving with a number of iPads and other kit worth potentially thousands of pounds.
Members of the group are said to have worn crash helmets as they fled the scene.
The two were arrested at an address in Clerkenwell where one of the suspected mopeds was found, according to Crimestoppers.
"Although two men are in custody on suspicion of burglary, the inquiry continues and other persons are sought," said DS Nathan Tozer of Westminster CID said.
"It is essential that anyone who saw the smash-and-grab, or the suspects making off, contact us as soon as possible."
It is not known what other pieces of kit were stolen, although Apple stores worldwide will be preparing for the much-hyped launch of the iPhone 4S.
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