BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The apparent car theft and car burglary ring plaguing the area from Central Boca to West Delray continues, with five burglaries and thefts in The Oaks over the past several days. The thefts and burglaries occurred on Middlebrook Way, Key Vista, Lake Azue and Grand Este.
In Mizner Country Club, two incidents were reported on Mira Vista Lane.
In The Bridges, a motor vehicle theft was reported in the 8600 block off Lewis River Road. Other incidents were reported on Lawson Bridge Lane and Hutchinson Court.
In Addison Reserve, a theft was reported on Glenncrest Avenue.
In Kings Point, car thefts and/or burglaries were reported on Seville Way and Saxony Way.
Multiple cars have also been reported stolen on Valencia Drive and Oakley Court in Boca Grove.
The vast majority of the thefts and burglaries involved vehicle where homeowners left their cars unlocked with keys in the car.
“High end vehicles are targets, unlocked vehicles are targets, etc. We need the public to stay vigilant, lock their vehicles, DON’T leave anything in plain sight, DON’T leave their key fob’s in their cars, etc. SEE SOMETHING SAY SOMETHING. Video surveillance systems are a big PLUS.”
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