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Break-ins reported at storage unit business

Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013 7:02 PM
Last updated 9:47 PM
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Police are investigating after 11 storage units were burglarized at Southside Storage at 3103 Spring Grove Drive.

According to a Richmond County sheriff’s report, the business owner was contacted Wednesday by a storage unit renter reporting the damage.

Deputies saw items strewn outside of several units. No signs of forced entry to the perimeter gate were found.

Police said all of the damaged units used padlocks instead of disc locks provided by the business.

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OpenCurtain 01/18/13 - 09:55 am
Some people been watching too much TV

Outside non-AC Storage Units seldom have high dollar items and expensive electronics in them.

Normally just clothing, home furnishings, kitchen stuff, books, trinkets.

But very seldom GUNS, 42" LCD's, expensive antiques, Jewelry, cash, collections, Brand New resell-able items.

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