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Coral Gables Woman's Aston Martin Stolen After She's Tied Up During Home Invasion

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A Coral Gables woman was the victim of a shocking home invasion last night. A man broke into her home, tied her up, and then used her own Aston Martin as the get-away car.

According to NBC Miami, the incident happened at about 11:30 p.m. last night in the 100 block of Arvida Parkway.

A masked masked and armed man broke into the home while the woman was alone. He forced the woman down onto the floor and then tied her up.

He then found her keys at took off in her 2011 Aston Martin Vantage. That's a car that retails for over $100,000. The car in question was black with the Florida license plate X454EK. The car was the only item stolen.

The woman managed to untie herself after the ordeal and called police. She was not harmed.

Anyone who has information about the case is asked to call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.

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