BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office is investigating two car break-ins that were apparently captured on surveillance cameras at a home in the Cascades subdivision of Boca Falls.
According to a police report obtained by BocaNewsNow.com, the homeowner on Melrose Way admits that he left his vehicles unlocked overnight, but has no idea why or how two white males would have known that as they are seen on tape entering the vehicles around 1am and ultimately making off with a wallet and its contents.
The victim told police that the surveillance video indicates the suspects approached from west of the residence.
Boca Falls recently switched to G4S security after residents reported several problems with a previous contractor. The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office patrols the community overnight, but there is no roving security patrol in the gated community.
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