Locks were cut off of approximately 20 self-storage units at a Public Storage facility in a North Hammond, Ind., on Tuesday, with many items reported stolen. Six tenants filed reports of theft as of Wednesday, citing losses such as televisions, jewelry, furniture, computers and other valuables. An employee of Public Storage Indiana told police the facility’s keypad access system was not working Tuesday morning, so the gate was opened at 6 a.m.
Source: The Northwest Times of Indiana, Thieves loot self-storage units, taking jewelry, computers, TVs
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