Eight Storage Units Robbed in Baton Rouge, Tenants Suspect Inside Job

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Eight units were robbed at Tom Drive Self-Storage in Baton Rouge, La., last weekend, and some of the victims believe the culprit may be someone familiar with the property. One tenant said she believed the theft to be “an inside job.” The tenant found her lock broken and several items missing from her unit.
The self-storage facility has video surveillance and code gate access. None of the surveillance cameras were facing the row of violated units.
Local police are uncertain if the robbery was an inside job.
Source: WAFB 9, Police investigate burglaries at storage site

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