Article Link Apple employee helps catch thief SAN DIMAS - A man is in police custody today after he tried to register a stolen laptop under his name at the Apple store in Pasadena. Glendale resident Diesel Cisneros, 25, is being charged with receiving stolen property, said San Dimas Sheriff's Sgt. Dave Barker. San Dimas sheriff's received a report of a vehicle that was broken into at the Via Verde Country Club in San Dimas on Tuesday. An Apple computer and a wrist watch were stolen from the vehicle between 1 and 5:30 p.m., Barker said. The victim received a call the next day by an Apple employee, telling her that Cisneros made an appointment for 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday to change the passwords on the computer. The victim then told the employee that her computer was stolen just one day before, and then contacted the police. "We went out to the Apple store and arrested him," Barker said. "He was also wearing the wrist watch."