PEMBROKE PINES, FLA. (WSVN) - Three cars have been left on bricks without rims and tires in Pembroke Pines.

Nelson and Mike found their rides rimless and teetering on brick pavers at the Advenir at San Tropez community near Pines Boulevard and University Drive after they fell victim to thieves stealing tires with the rims attached, Monday morning.

“And I just noticed when I came out that there were no wheels, no rims on my car,” said Mike.

“It’s just a lot to take in, you know. I heard it was like two other people,” said Nelson.

Detectives were dusting for prints to see if they can find any evidence that can lead to an arrest.

“It’s just factory wheels that come with it, so it’s like, kind of mind-baffling,” said Nelson. “Like it’s nothing special. It’s just a Corolla, you know? I don’t know whether to be mad or sad.”

“I’ve been here 15 years. I’ve seen some things happen here over that time, but nothing like this and not, you know, with as many cars,” said Mike.

The burglars apparently knew what they were doing, smashing Mike’s passenger window to get into the glove box.

“They busted the window for the wheel locks. I think I was the only one that they did that to,” said Mike. “The other cars didn’t have any windows smashed or anything, but, I mean, it’s unfortunate, but it happens.”

Pembroke Pines Police are now investigating, while some are stuck in park.

“The hassle of going through this, calling insurance and things like that, you know, so, and on a holiday,” said Mike. “It is what it is.”

Residents told 7News last time this happened on this property, some similar makes and models were targeted as well.

Details of a potential person of interest are unclear.

There are surveillance cameras in the neighborhood. Authorities and residents hope they may have captured these crimes.

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