The Aventura Police Department is searching for burglary suspects due to a break-in at an electronics store.
Aventura police responded to the store's alarm and discovered that the front of the store had been damaged.
The store's surveillance cameras reportedly captured six people breaking into the store and taking merchandise.
The alleged burglars used cars to get into the front of the store.
Police report that cell phones and computers were taken from the store.
Breaking into a business is considered burglary of an unoccupied structure, a third-degree felony punishable by up to 5 years in prison. Theft crimes incorporated with burglary depend on the value of the property. Property over $300 can be considered grand theft. Property under $300 can be considered petit theft.
In addition to the burglary charges, criminal charges for the property damage will likely be filed, too.
Eric Matheny is a Miami burglary attorney and Broward burglary attorney.