Annapolis Police Investigate Self-Storage, Residential Burglaries

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Police in Annapolis, Md., are investigating a string of burglaries, including one at a self-storage facility.

The first burglary occurred last week at 100 Mini Court. The self-storage manager informed a tenant the lock on the tenant’s unit had been cut. When inspecting the unit, the victim noticed several items were missing.

A second burglary happened later in the week at a residence in the area. The homeowner told police four wheels and tires were stolen from the backyard.

Another burglary occurred Saturday. The suspect pushed an air-conditioning unit from a home window to gain entry. Police do not have any suspects.

Source:  ABC 2,  Burglar Enters Home by Removing Air Conditioner

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