Police say two men broke into Florida car dealership and it was all caught on surveillance video.
Once inside they rummaged around looking for keys. Police say when one suspect took out his cell phone, he accidentally dropped his driver's license, which the store manager found the next day.
The burglary of Arion Motors at 550 South State Road 7 happened just before 11 p.m. on March 10th. Store Management just bought a new $15,000 surveillance system that had been installed two days earlier.
"It's actually funny, to lose your driver's license like that and then to show what you have done on Facebook," said Jonathan Shamis, the manager of Arion Motors.
Police say the suspect identified as 21-year-old Travis Devonte Rice. He even posted a picture of himself to Facebook holding a set of keys the dealership says belongs to them.
Rice is being held without bond and faces charges including grand theft, probation violation and a burglary causing more than $1,000 in damages.
The burglars stole files, license plates, 44 car keys and four cars including a BMW, a Cadillac, an Infiniti and a Dodge worth $44,000.
The cars have not been recovered. Plantation Police are still searching for the other suspect captured on the surveillance tape.