A woman interviewing for a position at Brookline's new Gyu-Kaku came up with a memorable way to make a first impression: She walked off with an Apple laptop and an iPhone totaling more than $2,000. And, no, she didn't get the job.
Unfortunately, her crime spree was short-lived because she ingeniously left her real name and phone number on the job application. In a supreme act of detection, a police officer attempted to reach her by phone several times after the alleged theft, letting her know that she should really go to the police station. The woman replied that she didn't want to for fear of being arrested.