BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Boca Raton Police are busy investigating several burglaries over the past few days. There seems to be no common thread, but certainly serve as a reminder that anything can pretty much happen anywhere.
Among the reports filed:
1600 Block of NW 13th Street: Victim heard a noise from their living room at approximately 2AM on Friday.
5000 Block of Marina Circle: The homeowner told police that someone smashed the slider to her bedroom and ransacked the room. Jewelry was taken.
3601 North Military Trail (Lynn University): Someone stole a laptop from the victim’s dorm room.
6800 Block of NW 2nd Avenue: Jewlery and watches were reportedly taken from the home. The homeowner wasn’t there, but concedes the front door was left unlocked.
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