Thieves Steal $3,400 in Goods From Georgia Self-Storage Unit

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Thieves stole more than $3,400 worth of property from a unit at Athens Self Storage in Athens, Ga., earlier this week. Items taken included a TV, cue sticks, a computer, leather chair, washing machine and clothes dryer.

The theft occurred between midnight Thursday and 6:30 p.m. Monday, according to Athens-Clarke police. It was discovered Monday when the woman who rented the unit found the padlock had been cut.

Source:  Athens-Banner Herald,  Thieves Break Into Athens Storage Unit

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