BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — It happens every year. Parents — totally focused on dropping off their kids on the first day of school — leave a purse, an iPad, or anything of value in plain view in their car. They return from drop-off only to find a smashed window and their possessions missing.
Boca Raton Police produced a short, visually stunning video that reminds everyone to be careful:
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