Several Cars Vandalized at Fla. Shop

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March 11, 2019—A Caliber Collision location in Fort Myers, Fla., was the site of 11 car burglaries recently. The incidents occurred on the evening of March 6, according to the Lee County Sheriff’s Office.

A report by noted that on March 6, around 11 p.m., an unidentified suspect or suspects entered 11 customers’ vehicles, all of which were unlocked, at 2131 Andrea Lane in the Fort Myers area inside the aforementioned Caliber Collision store.

Deputies responded the following day to a complaint from the auto and paint shop about burglaries and investigated the incident, which included a video request. The incident report did not mention what, if anything, was stolen from the 11 vehicles.


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