Thieves Cut Chain-Link Fence, Break Into Self-Storage Units in Florida

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Surveillance video taken July 8 at Champion Self Storage in Pine Hills, Fla., shows two people breaking into several self-storage units and stealing property.

According to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, the two suspects removed two concrete slabs from a divider fence, then cut a chain-link fence to gain access into the facility. Electronics and tire rims were among the stolen items, according to investigators.

The burglary happened between 2 a.m. and 3 a.m. The facility is located at 5301 N. Pine Hills Road. Anyone with information should call the Crimeline at 800.423.8477.

Sources:   Orlando Sentinel,  Deputies Seek Help Identifying Storage-Center Thieves
MyFox Orlando,  Thieves Hit Orlando Storage Facility

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