Maryland Police Arrest Three Suspects in Self-Storage Robbery

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Police in Anne Arundel County, Md., have arrested three men they believe to be responsible for breaking into 259 self-storage units throughout Anne Arundel and Howard Counties in December and January.
 
Approximately 150 units were compromised between Extra Storage in Millersville and Public Storage facilities in Gambrills and Glen Burnie. Another 114 units were broken into at Public Storage in Elkridge.
 
Burglary and theft charges were filed against Frank C. Lamb, 21, William C. Pierce, 29, and Justin Kiser, 30, in Anne Arundel County. Howard County Police have not yet filed charges. Investigations are still under way.
 
Since receiving a tip from an informant last month, police have recovered some clothing, collectibles and other items. Investigators are going through goods seized at two homes connected with the suspects and a storage unit rented by one of the arrested men.
 
Source: The Baltimore Sun, Arundel police arrest three in thefts at storage units

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