BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — You would think, if you drive a Maserati, that you would lock the doors of your cherished vehicle when you go for a little pre-holiday shopping at the mall. But, in Boca, you would be wrong. Case in point: Boca Raton Police say that a blue Maserati was burglarized in the mall parking lot and that several items were taken from the car. The Maserati, according to police, was left unlocked. There is no suspect information at this point, and total value on what was taken. We don’t like to over-editorialize here at BocaNewsNow.com, but perhaps the owner will receive some common sense for the holidays.
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