BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — It is the hot thing to steal and sell right now — copper wire. Thefts continue throughout South Florida, and right here in Boca. According to police, someone cut into a construction site storage closet at 2001 Spanish River Blvd. — just across the street from Lynn University — and took 5 rolls of copper wire valued at $1480. Brazen thieves have stolen spools of copper wire from construction sites throughout the area, and even from highway lights. No suspects in this case…yet.
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