BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — It’s difficult to sell a home with air conditioning if the air conditioning units have been stolen.
Just ask Realtor Connie Hudson. Police say she says someone removed three Rheem air conditioning units from the sides of 1290 NW 8th Street in Boca over the course of a week and a half.
If you’ve ever purchased an air conditioner, you know they’re not cheap. The value is in the area of $10,000. All of the inside parts of the units were missing.
No suspects at this point. No word if the thefts have affected the home’s resale value.
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