Police are searching for burglars who stole guns and electronic equipment on April 12 from seven units at a Central Point, Ore., self-storage facility.
Table Rock Mini Storage on Table Rock Road fell victim as thieves broke through the perimeter fence and then used tools to cut the locks off several units. Other locks showed evidence the thieves were unsuccessful in trying to cut them.
The stolen guns are comprised of a Mauser rifle, a Remington Arms rifle, a Marlin rifle, a Remington shotgun, a Savage Arms rifle and a Bison revolver. The swiped electronic equipment includes a 50-inch Vizio television and a Hobart welder.
Table Rock Mini Storage advertises on its website an electronic security gate and computerized alarms on each unit. Crime Stoppers will pay a reward, sponsored by Stanley Security Solutions, up to $1,000 for information that leads to an arrest.
Central Point has a population of about 17,000 and is just north of Medford, Ore., in the southern part of the state.