January 17, 2016

Vehicle burglaries in the Upper Keys

A number of vehicles were burglarized in the Upper Keys Friday with similar methods of entry used.

Suspects smashed windows in the vehicles in order to reach valuables left visible inside. The Sheriff’s Office would like to remind everyone to remove valuables from inside a vehicle or to place them in a location where they are not visible, like the trunk or under the seat.

A black Jeep parked at Pelican Cove resort had the front passenger window smashed Friday afternoon. A bag with a camera inside was taken from the floor of the passenger side.

A silver Nissan Pathfinder parked at Casa Mar Village Friday afternoon had the back window smashed. A backpack on the rear seat was taken with various children’s items inside.

A Volkswagen parked at Starbuck’s in Key Largo for a short time around noon Friday had the passenger side window smashed. A backpack on the floor on the passenger side was taken. Inside the backpack was a computer, wallet, credit cards, cash and jewelry.

A white Nissan parked at the Diving Museum in Islamorada Friday afternoon had the front passenger window smashed. A black bag was taken with an Ipad inside.

Detectives will be investigating these cases.

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