The body of a man was discovered last week inside a unit at StorAmerica Self Storage in Hawaiian Gardens, Calif. An employee called police after noticing a foul odor coming from a unit at 12336 E. Carson St., according to the sources.
Investigators responded at 6:15 p.m. and entered the space. The man was described as white and in his early 30s. His identity and cause of death have yet to be determined. Authorities declined to provide information about the state of the body or how long it might have been in the unit, sources reported.
Founded in 1999, StorAmerica is a subsidiary of Guardian Storage Centers, a privately held corporation based in Irvine, Calif. Guardian and its affiliates own and operate more than 75 properties and 4.9 million square feet of space in Arizona, California and Nevada.
KTLA, Man Found Dead in Hawaiian Gardens Self-Storage Unit; Homicide Detectives Investigating
Nixle, Homicide Detectives Respond to a Death Investigation, 12300 block of Carson Street, Hawaiian Gardens