Ever since Joe Pesci used a sledgehammer for a jewelry heist in Casino, crooks around the country have been getting some wise ideas. The most recent one went down in Weston, Florida sometime last weekend. When employees of Groupe Logo, company that sells designer sunglasses, arrived at work Monday morning, they found a square foot hole in the roof and a ransacked business.
According to a news release by the Broward Sheriff’s Office, the burglars made off with over $100,000 in merchandise. Maybe we should be scouring South Florida’s beaches and pools for clues.