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Cops say a 32-year-old man had items stolen from his vehicle while he was sleeping in it on Wednesday, July 5.

According to police, the man was asleep inside his vehicle – parked outside 8502 Bay Parkway – and when he awoke at around 1 a.m., he discovered that $500, various electronics and a cell phone, valued at over $1,000, had been taken from the car while he snoozed.

Cops say that, while he was sleeping, the victim left his passenger side window partially open.

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