Smash And Grab
Police are investigating two smash and grab burglaries of cell phone stores in Broward. Overnight it appears a vehicle was used to smash in the front doors of the AT&T store at 12231 W Sunrise Boulevard in Plantation.
Three men wearing hooded sweatshirts ran a Chevrolet Impala into a T-Mobile store in Miami Lakes before burglarizing the store in less than 75 seconds.
For the second time in as many days, a cellphone store has been targeted in a smash and grab burglary. Hialeah police said the burglars used a vehicle to smash into the glass front of a Verizon store at 16th Avenue and 49th Street overnight.
Employees of a Radio Shack in Hollywood spent the morning cleaning up a mess left behind after burglars smashed their way through the store’s glass front.
Thousands of dollars worth of cell phones and accessories were stolen in a pair of smash and grab burglaries early Monday morning in Pembroke Pines.
A masked burglar used a minivan to break into a Hialeah Radio Shack store. Surveillance video from the store, at 2750 W 68th Street, shows the driver of the white van back over the parking stops and smash through the glass store front.
Pembroke Pines police are searching for a trio of brazen smash and grab bandits who targeted an AT&T store and got away with thousands in merchandise.
The FBI is offering a $5,000 reward in a smash and grab robbery at Saks Fifth Avenue in Boca Raton. It happened last Thursday, September 20th just before 8 p.m. when shoppers were in the store.
Police have released surveillance video of a smash and grab robbery inside a North Miami cell phone store.
A North Miami Beach spy and surveillance equipment shop was broken into early Sunday morning.