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A case of stolen cigars

Cigar_1A crook with a taste for cigars broke into a Coral Gables dwelling earlier this month, police say.

It was the home of City Attorney Elizabeth Hernandez.

Police say Hernandez's teenage son left the house around 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 11 to buy some ice cream at a nearby store. When he returned home -- roughly 10 minutes later -- he heard a window slam shut. The teen ran into the master bedroom, where he discovered the contents of the dresser drawers had been dumped on the floor.

Missing: one humidor and several cigars, valued at more than $200.

Coral Gables Police are investigating.


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