13 Self-Storage Units Burglarized in Augusta, Maine


Police in Augusta, Maine, are investigating the burglary of at least 13 units at a self-storage facility between May 18-21.

The police are working with other law enforcement agencies in the state who are also investigating burglaries at local self-storage facilities within the same time frame to determine if there’s a connection, said Augusta police Sgt. Matthew Clark.

All of the burglarized units were locked. Police declined to say what’s been stolen, or the value of the items. They also declined to say whether surveillance video was collected, but said they do have some leads.

Source:  Kennebec Journal,  Police Probe 13 Self-Storage Break-Ins

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