BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Boca Raton Police say visitors to Patch Reef Park who left their belongings in plain view in their cars learned the hard way that their actions were really, really stupid. While reports of theft at the park seem to have dropped dramatically over the past year, thugs breaking into cars where wallets and purses are left in full view on seats will always be a problem.
From Boca PD:
Two victims reported a smash and grab burglary at Patch Reef Park (2000 West Yamato Road). Both victims left their purses and contents in plain sight while leaving their vehicles unattended. There were no witnesses to the crime. Park rangers observed a suspicious new, dark gray Chrysler 300 roaming the park.
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