BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Just when you think you've seen it all comes a police report that reminds you why Boca is just so much fun to write and read about.
A woman by the name of Judith Berkens enjoyed a lovely dinner at Rocco's Tacos — at Boca Center — where it's tough to ring up a tab higher than $30, unless you're going crazy with Margaritas.
Berkens apparently lost her wallet during her March 29th dinner.
Fast forward to Sunday, April 8th.
Police say she found the wallet, but told investigators that her $25,000 earring — which was apparently in the wallet — was missing, as was cash in the amount of $120.
(Just to repeat it again: Judith Berkens had a $25,000 earring in her wallet, which she lost while eating dinner at Rocco's Tacos, where it is difficult to spend more than $30 on dinner).
We do not know how the wallet was lost. We do not know how you lose sight of your wallet when it contains something valued at $25,000. We do not know why the $25,000 earring was in her wallet at a casual eatery. We do not know where it is. We do not know if police have any leads.
We do, however, know that this is the sort of thing that happens Only In Boca.
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