Published On: Wed, Mar 20th, 2019

About a week ago, two people broke into and burglarized a home in Boca Raton

BOCA RATON, Fla. “My entire dresser was open, everything was emptied out,” said Grant-Walker. “I still don’t know why? Why here? She rushed home to find her toilet door broken and her bedroom ransacked. A Boca Raton woman is terrified after a break-in in her home, particularly because of what her surveillance cameras captured. The videos show a man and a girl who had been barefoot, get dropped off by a taxi at Annetta Grant-Walker’s house in the Mission Bay Community. Grant-Walker reported this is the second time in a year that she has been a burglary victim whilst residing at that house. She got a call from her alarm business when she was in the office Sunday. “I was shaking. I was scared, I am petrified,” she explained. “That would make us safer. I hope that will, I don’t understand what my alternative is,” explained Grant-Walker. She said she has an alarm service along with a camera surveillance program. The woman is seen on video assessing Grant-Walker’s email, then moving into the back patio where the man had already tried three doorways. The movie reveals the man use a pool cleaning rod to break the back bathroom door window and open the lock.

The HOA spokesperson said they are planning a statement in response to the incident. Anyone who understands the men and women in the surveillance video or know anything else about this burglary must call the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office. “It is a upscale neighborhood. They explained they have safety, the house is protected and you’ll be secure here. I mean you are not safe anywhere,” said Grant-Walker. The thieves were seen on camera running with bags. Grant-Walker stated she believes that they stole jewelry, what’s more, a sentimental piece of jewelry which belong to her grandma. She explained after this second burglary, she expects that the HOA will think about including a gate into the entrance of the community.

UPDATE — Detective stated Salas and his female accomplice stole more than $9,000 worth of property. The sheriff’s office said Salas admitted to the burglary. His accomplice was identified but she is not in custody, the sheriff’s office stated. Salas is due in court Tuesday morning. One person is in custody along with another suspect remains on the run in relation into a burglary in Boca Raton. Authorities say he is one of two individuals caught on surveillance video breaking into a woman’s house at the Mission Bay community last week.

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