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Burglar Steals $8K in Eyewear

He broke through a window to enter the business.

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Someone smashed through the window at an eyecare business in Boynton Beach, FL, and made off with $8,000 worth of designer frames.

A man was caught on surveillance camera committing the crime at Palm Beach Eyes, WSVN-TV reports.

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Police believe the culprit is in his early 60s.

He used a blunt instrument to shatter the window, police say. It took him several tries to break through.

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He targeted Tom Ford brand frames.

Police believe the culprit cased the store for four days before burglarizing it. He remains at large.

Read more at the WSVN-TV

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