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Thieves Break Into 60 Units in Gaylord, Mich.

Sixty total self-storage units at two different facilities were broken into last week in Gaylord, Mich., and investigators belief the crimes were committed by the same felons.

August 15, 2011

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Thieves Break Into 60 Units in Gaylord, Mich.

Sixty total self-storage units at two different facilities were broken into last week in Gaylord, Mich., and investigators belief the crimes were committed by the same felons. Thieves broke into 49 units at APS Mini Warehouse on East Sixth Street and another 11 units at Northend Storage on Fairview Road in Livingston Township.

Dave Baragrey, owner of APS Mini Warehouse, reported the break-ins at his facility on Wednesday. The crimes are being investigated by Gaylord City Police and Gaylord Michigan State Police, who are attempting to contact the unit renters and complete an inventory of items stolen. Some of the items taken from Northend include jewelry and a yellow moped.

Northend Storage is owned by Rance Charboneau, an officer with the Gaylord City Police.

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