Port St. Lucie Police urge citizens to remove valuables from cars after series of auto burglaries
The incidents were reported from Friday, May 10, 2019 through Saturday, May 11, 2019. All three incidents occurred in public parking lots as the suspect smashed windows to enter the cars.
On May 11, 2019, the female suspect entered Wal-Mart, (10855 S. US Hwy 1) and used the victim’s stolen credit card to purchase gift cards. She also went to Publix 1501 NW HWY US 1 Stuart attempted to use the credit card again, but it was declined (Rotary Park burglary).
Police are reminding citizens to remove all valuables from cars while out in public parking lots and when parked in the driveway of their homes. SUSPECT-white female, possibly Hispanic, medium build, long dark hair. SUSPECT VEHICLE– Newer model (possibly 2018), white Nissan Rogue, with tinted windows.
Following are the dates, times, and locations of the reported incidents:
9861 SW Village Pkwy, Chesterbrook Academy Preschool, May 10, 2019 between 9:25-9:30AM (Stolen: Purse with wallet, debit card, DL, insurance card, gift cards, $40, EpiPen).
2101 SE Tiffany Ave, Rotary Park, May 11, 2019, between 4:45-5:12pm, (Stolen: Purse with wallet, DL, credit card, $100, Wells Fargo Checks).
222 Port St. Lucie Blvd, Goma Sushi, May 11,2019, between 4:00-10:19 pm, (Stolen: Purse -contained no valuables).
If anyone has information pertaining to the above incidents, please contact: Detective Insuasty, Office 772 807-4412 or Detective Morgan, Office 772 879-3379
You can be anonymous, call Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers 800-273-TIPS (8477).