Police in Irwin, Pa., are investigating a recent theft of about $3,300 worth of goods from a unit at a self-storage facility.
The theft occurred sometime between March 31 and April 11 at Conley Self Storage. Stolen items included: a grinder and polisher, an electric drill, a Rotary-laser level, a circular saw, and other tool, plus a reciprocating saw, a framing nailer, a 42-inch flat-screen TV, a Dell computer, a Nintendo DS, a Playstation Portable and video games.
Irwin Police Chief Joseph K. Pocsatko told the source the facility will receive extra patrol attention. He was unaware of any previous thefts happening at the facility. Pocsatko did not reveal how the suspect was able to break into the unit, though he did tell the source customers place their own locks on units.
Conley Self Storage is direcly adjacent to the Conley Inn, which is a hotel- and extended-stay property. Irwin is a small town located 21 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.
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