CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Statues Ripped Off At Rocco's Tacos

Rocco's Tacos

Police are investigating statue thefts from Rocco's in Boca.

BOCA RATON, FL ( — Boca Raton Police are investigating the theft of statues from Rocco's Tacos — a theft apparently caught on camera.

A police report reveals that the theif stole two “Mexican statues” and the statute of a pig from the Boca hot spot on Sunday, just as the lunch crowd was settling in.

The theft was — according to the police report — caught on camera, although it is unclear if restaurant management or police recognize a face.

The statues are valued at $600.

Anyone who knows someone suddenly coming into possession of Mexican artwork that looks a lot like something you'd see in a restaurant is asked to telephone Boca Raton Police.


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