Thief Swipes 2 Dirt Bikes at GA Self-Storage Facility

Two dirt bikes were stolen from a Braselton, Ga., self-storage facility after someone cut a fence around the property line, according to the source's account of the Jackson County Sheriffs Office report.

Two dirt bikes were stolen from a Braselton, Ga., self-storage facility after someone cut a fence around the property line, according to the source's account of the Jackson County Sheriffs Office report.

An assistant manager at Jackson Self Storage told the source the stolen dirt bikes being stored inside a trailer parked at the facility. The suspect reportedly entered the property by cutting the barbed wire on top of a chain-link fence. The suspect then climbed over the fence, using a ladder attached to an R.V., which was parked next to the fence. The suspect broke into one customers trailer and cut off a lock on another customers tool box before prying open the doors to another trailer, which was owned by a third customer, containing the dirt bikes.

Finally, the suspect reportedly cut a section of the chain-link fence and rolled the dirt bikes to the open area, where they were loaded onto another vehicle.

Braselton is about 50 miles northeast of Atlanta.

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