BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.co) — Police are investigating a burglary at 1560 SW 4th Avenue in Boca. Someone apparently entered the home through a bathroom window and took $8,000 worth of women’s jewelry. The suspect left without anyone realizing her or she had been inside and fled in an unknown direction.
In another burglary, someone broke into 1665 SW 17th Street and stole magazines. They broke in through a bathroom window.
And police are also investigating a burglary at 5900 NW 4th Avenue. Two men — both approximately 5’3” 130lbs, were seen attempting to gain access to to the home. Telephone wires to the house were damaged. K9 responded by couldn’t help detectives nab anyone.
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