DEERFIELD BEACH

Burglars didn’t find a catch, but got caught on camera at Deerfield Beach fish market

 

cteproff@MiamiHerald.com

Burglars who went fishing for some valuables in a Deerfield Beach fish market didn’t catch any loot, but did get caught on camera.

The bandits set off the motion detectors at Pop’s Fish Market at 131 W. Hillsboro Blvd. on Dec. 14 after throwing a rock through the front, glass door and going inside.

According to the Broward Sheriff’s Office, four burglars are seen pulling up to the store and three are seen getting out of a Volkswagen Touareg SUV.

After breaking inside, the video shows the burglars looking for valuables inside and leaving after finding no cash in the register.

The store’s owner was left with $800 in damage to clean up.

Anyone with information is asked to contact BSO Detective Nicole Layog at 954-480-4300. Anonymous tips can be submitted to Broward CrimeStoppers at 954-493- 8477 or online at www.browardcrimestoppers.org.

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