BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — You have to wonder if someone with a can of spray paint said to themselves, “I’m going to tag this car, but I want to remain anonymous.”
Boca Raton Police say someone actually wrote the word “anonymous” on the side of a 2010 Volkswagon parked at the Ale House on West Yamato Road (1200 W. Yamato). The owner of the car apparently waited nearly two hours before calling police after she saw “anonymous” on her car. No suspects at this point. Anyone with information is asked not to remain, you know, anonymous.
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