Rash of Car Break-ins Occur Christmas Morning in Coral Springs

A Fraternal Order of Police Sticker didn't stop vandals from breaking the passenger side window of this victim's vehicle.

A Fraternal Order of Police Sticker didn’t stop vandals from breaking the passenger side window of this victim’s vehicle.

By: Sharon Aron Baron

It wasn’t such a Merry Christmas for several residents in the Ramblewood South neighborhood in Coral Springs. Upon waking up, many discovered their cars were burglarized in the middle of the night.

Vandals hit seven vehicles in Ramblewood South on Christmas morning.

Vandals hit seven vehicles in Ramblewood South on Christmas morning.

According to Coral Springs Police Detective Ernesto Bruna, there were a total of seven vehicle burglaries around the area of the 600 block of NW 82nd Avenue where video footage shows two possible suspects entering them.  He stated that several items were stolen from the vehicles including two firearms.

One resident, who doesn’t want to be named, had her window smashed and personal items rifled through. “I had nothing of value in my car, but a couple victims had guns and other items stolen.”

Bruna said that the case is now an open investigation and they are currently working an active lead.

About Sharon Aron Baron

Sharon Aron Baron Sharon Aron Baron is the Editor of Talk Media and writer for Coral Springs Talk. CST was created in 2012 to provide News, Views and Entertainment for the residents of Coral Springs, Parkland and the rest of South Florida.

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  • Steve H

    The video footage mentioned above should be posted.

    • Thanks for reading Steve. The detective chose not to share it with us as per his remarks in the article.

      • Harley Quinn

        Most likely the video is not very useful

      • Steve H

        Thank you for the info. The reason I ask is because I caught one of my neighbors on video breaking into my car. Because no finger prints where found thay couldn’t pursue him.

  • Fred

    People that leave firearms in cars aren’t responsible enough to own firearms.