Article Courtesy of The Palm Beach Post
By Ian Cohen
Published February 21, 2018
A South End resident reported several break-ins at her
condominium over the past eight months that caused at least $750 in damages,
The woman told police through a friend about four break-ins at her Oasis
Palm Beach condominium at 3120 S. Ocean Blvd.
Her friend went to the police station to make the reports because she was
out of town.
The woman sent an email saying she reported the break-ins to the building
manager. She added that a copy of her key was left with the condominium
staff, and that the only name written on the log that documents who enters
her apartment was her housekeeper.
The woman also wrote that the building manager never questioned the
building’s staff and the building’s video footage was never checked, police
Here are the four intrusions listed by the woman: Her refrigerator was left
open and her thermostat was changed during the week of June 22; the kitchen
counter was covered with dirt, her sugar bowl was broken and her
refrigerator and freezer were left open during the week of Aug. 30; the
office and hallway lights were left on, the shades were pulled up, furniture
was moved and the thermostat was adjusted during the week of Nov. 2; and a
caulk gun and pieces of caulk were left in her apartment during the week of
The woman had to fix her refrigerator and freezer, police said, costing
$750. The building manager told the woman her furniture was moved and the
shades were pulled up during the week of Nov. 2 because a staff member tried
to rescue a contractor who was left on a scaffolding outside the condominium
after 4 p.m, police said.
The woman had no explanation for the caulk gun since no work should have
been done in her home, she wrote.
No arrests have been made.