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SEVEN BRIDGES STALKER: Nearly $20K In Jewelry Stolen From West Delray Beach Home

Homeowner Left Jewelry In Bag With Mercedes Unlocked. Car Approaches, Suspect Swipes Jewelry, Flees.

How Did Suspect Car Enter Gated Community?

Seven Bridges


DELRAY BEACH, FL ( (Copyright © 2023 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — The daughter of a homeowner in the gated community of Seven Bridges in West Delray Beach inexplicably left nearly $20,000 worth of jewelry in a bag in an unlocked and opened Mercedes GLE, only to have that jewelry stolen in broad daylight by a suspect in a vehicle seen casing the neighborhood.

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Offices tells that the daughter of the homeowner in the 16500 block of Fleur Dis Lis Way was helping her mother move boxes into the home at the time of the incident on July 10th. According to the report obtained by, “At approximately 1525 hours, she and her mother were moving the boxes into the residence where she left her black 2022 Mercedes Benz GLE running, doors unlocked, and trunk hatch open. The victim stated that when she finished moving the boxes into her mother’s home, she observed her los angeles trading company Sky blue tote bag ($45.00) missing from her vehicle.

(The victim) stated the following items were inside the missing Los Angeles Trading company sky blue tote bag: Three Los Angeles trading company zipper purses (two blue, one red) ($30.00 Ea): $90.00 One Bulgari 24k gold and diamond spiral wedding band: $10,000.00 One unknown brand platinum / 5k gold ring with aquamarine stone: $8,000.00 One pair of gold stud earrings: $50.00 One white pair of Apple AirPods (unknown serial number and no tracking): $250.00 Black Mercedes Benz key fob of victim’s vehicle: $100.00 Bank of America safety deposit box keys: $4.00 Two amazon gift cards ($100.00 ea): $200.00 One Sax Fifth Avenue gift card: $100.00 One Dazzel dry red nail polish: $10.0 0 One generic green notebook: $10.00 One graff blue pouch: $10.00 Six bottles of miscellaneous medication: $6.00.”

The report reveals that detectives were able to obtain Ring camera video from a neighbor which shows a Toyota Camry apparently casing the neighborhood, then waiting for the victim to leave the Mercedes open and unlocked. Again, from the official police report obtained by

“After a review of the surveillance camera footage I observed (the victim’s) Black 2022 Mercedes Benz GLE arriving at the address on Fleur De Lis way in the driveway at 1525 hours, followed by a silver new model Toyota Camry (unreadable tag) about thirty seconds after the black 2022 Mercedes GLE parked. The silver Toyota Camry then parked in a nearby neighbor’s driveway where the car stayed for approximately two minutes. When the black 2022 Mercedes GLE was left unattended, the Silver Toyota Camry then backed into the driveway behind the black 2022 Mercedes Benz GLE. An unknown subject then exited the front passenger side door of the silver Toyota Camry and began to search for the black 2022 Mercedes Benz GLE by opening the front driver’s side door where the subject took an unknown object from the black 2022 Mercedes Benz GLE.

The subject then re-entered the silver Toyota Camry with the unknown item in hand where the Silver Toyota Camry left the area west bound on the Fleur De Lis way. I then met with Seven Bridges security who provided me with a license plate of a Silver newer Toyota Camry model that entered the community at the time of the incident (FL Tag: 42ANLV). After completing my investigation I concluded that the crimes of vehicle burglary (810.02(4b)) and grand theft (812.014(2c1)) was committed by an unknown amount of subjects.”

No one has been arrested as of early Saturday morning. It remains unclear how the suspect vehicle entered the community which is patrolled by Titan Security, whether it was specifically following the victim or casing the entire community of million dollar homes. The investigation continues.


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