BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — If you have sliding glass doors, don’t under estimate how vulnerable they can be if someone wants to steal something from your home. We have seen an increased number of burglaries throughout Boca Raton and West Boca where thieves enter through sliding glass doors. The latest, according to Boca Raton PD, happened in the 100 block of NE 15th Terrace.
Police say someone between 6p and 8:30 the next morning someone had pried open the rear sliding glass door at this residence and stole two brand new televisions, both 55-inch plasma screens. Each carry a retail value of $4,000.
The homeowner was not home the evening of the theft. Nothing else was taken.
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