To Live In Boca: Homeowner Doesn't Know Cleaning Lady's Name, Number, Is Robbed

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Feather DusterBOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Once in a while, you have to admit the Occupy Wall Street people have a point. Look no further than right here in Boca. Where else does a homeowner report to police that her $4,500 ring may have been stolen by her housekeeper’s friend? Where else does a woman report to police that she has no idea what the name of her housekeeper is, or what her phone number could be.
And, wait for it…
Where else does she report the ring’s disappearance in March, even though it went missing in December?
Boca Raton. That’s where.
It happened in the 1200 block of South Federal Highway.
 
 

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