Macbook Pro, Checks, and Oxycodone. All Stolen In Boca.

Some of the thefts reported to Boca Raton Police within the last 24 hours or so:

A MacBook Pro missing from a home in the 800 block of SW3rd Avenue. The victim said he noticed the computer was missing when he arrived home. Also missing: his roommate’s clothes. There was no sign of forced entry.

A woman in the 300 Block of NW 12th Avenue tells police that her “unknown suspects” stole her husband’s blank business checks, and cashed one in the amount of $2800.

A man reports that he was beaten up by several male subjects who took $300 and oxycodone from him in the 2400 block of North Military Trail.

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