Police have arrested three people in connection with a possible burglary ring that included theft at a self-storage facility in Maine.
A multi-county investigation led to the arrest of three men Jan. 26 related to a Jan. 8 burglary at Woolwich Self Storage. More charges are pending.
Between 15 and 20 locks were cut from storage units, and at least five of the units were burglarized, police said. The investigation uncovered a possible burglary ring operating out of Lincoln County, and police believe the thieves were storing stolen property at Woolwich Self Storage.
George Hamlin, 31, was charged with one count of burglary and one count of theft. William Churchill, 46, was also arrested and charged. Rhonda Brubaker, 46, was arrested and charged with felony burglary and theft. Officers allegedly found Brubaker with a large amount of the stolen property in her possession.
The stolen property included antiques and photographs stolen from an antique shop in Lincoln County between October and December. Officers also seized drugs and possibly a stolen firearm. The investigation is ongoing and more property could be recovered.
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