BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — It may be tough to love thy neighbor when this sort of thing happens. The resident at 4945 NW 23rd Court in Boca told police that someone entered their residence by prying open a side sliding door — located in a courtyard — and went inside. Once in the home, the suspect or suspects removed two laptops and a small safe.
Here’s the crazy part. Everything was found two doors down with the exception of one of the laptops which was inoperable and valued at just $500. The burglar alarm, as it turns out, was not working at the time of the theft.
There have been no charges filed that we’re aware of at this point, so it is unclear whether the location of the “stash” is relevant or not.
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