Bentley stolen from sports agent Drew Rosenhaus’ driveway – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports
MIAMI BEACH, FL. (WSVN) – A Bentley was robbed by thieves outside a South Florida home, and that car belongs to a well-known sports agent that Dol fans are sure to recognize.
On Thursday morning, a group of big car thieves got to work, as seen in surveillance video, provided exclusively to 7News.
One of America’s most famous sports agents, who also appears weekly on 7Sports Extra, is now a victim of crime in Miami Beach.
“How crazy is that? said Drew Rosenhaus. “We have to stop them”
But these daring scammers cannot be stopped here.
“You can clearly watch the video of them breaking in and stealing the car,” Rosenhaus said. “Three people, there’s a Mercedes-Benz driving behind my car in the video, they’ve gone through the security barrier. I’m happy to be a note-sensitive person who can draw attention to that. The Miami Beach police told me that there was a wave of such thefts, burglaries going on.
Law enforcement sources said a similar crime happened overnight in the Hibiscus Island area, one of several locations targeted by scammers in Miami Beach.
It was a similar car to Rosenhaus, but for some reason the burglars left the car running and unattended.
Officers said the nearly stolen vehicle was unlocked and contained the keys inside.
Other such crimes have been perpetual problems in sections of Mid-Beach and on Palm and Hibiscus Islands.
“Things like that just can’t happen,” Rosenhaus said. “I lost a dear friend of mine, Sean Taylor, when people broke into his house and didn’t know he was there, then shot and killed him.”
Thursday morning, Rosenhaus was sleeping at home…
“With my wife and children. I didn’t know what was going on until the police entered my house, but if I had any idea that they had broken into my car , I would have gone there with my gun, and I don’t know what would have happened at that time,” he said. “I will protect my family at all costs.
Luckily, there was no confrontation, but this jet-setting super agent is without wheels.
“If those thieves are out there, know that I’m coming for you,” Rosenhaus said. “I will do everything in my power to get you. You mess with the wrong person, the wrong family, the wrong neighborhood, we’re going to put you behind bars.
Keys left in vehicles only make these crimes easier for criminals. Unfortunately, this is the case with most vehicle thefts.
If you have any information on these car thieves, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Don’t forget that you can always remain anonymous and you could be eligible for a reward of up to $5,000.
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