ring - alleged car burglary

WE LOVE RING: Look What A Ring® Camera Captured


BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — We are big fans of the “Ring” doorbell. More specifically, we are big fans of the never ending feed of Ring doorbell “incidents” captured by homeowners and posted to the Ring app’s never ending feed. One caught our eye from the Palm Beach County/Broward County line. If you ever wonder what it looks like when someone allegedly is rummaging through your unlocked car, look no further than this video.

And if you know the person, you may want to call police. We don’t know what was stolen, but it sure looks like someone was up to no good (unless — just to cover ourselves — they were acting and this is part of a live dramatization of a car burglary).



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