Thieves Steal Nearly $10K in Antiques from Richmond, Ky., Self-Storage Facility
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Posted on: 09/13/2011



 

Police in Madison County, Ky., are investigating the theft of approximately $9,500 in antique goods that were stolen from Fort Knox Storage in Richmond, Ky. Last week the manager of the 3rd Street facility found that locks on seven units had been cut. Upon investigation it was found that many items had been stolen including high-end crystal, china and model cars.

China sets that were taken include Fenton, Lefton and Nippon, according to Richmond police. Also stolen were about 120 Hot Wheels die-cast model cars, crystal champagne glasses and goblets from the 1800s, and silver flatware and serving ware, also from the 1800s.

Police have not indicated if there are any suspects in the case.